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LIST OF STATUES, MONUMENTS AND BUSTS IN CALCUTTA 


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UST OF STATUES, MONUMENTS AND BUSTS OF HISTORICAL INTEREST IN CALCUTTA. 


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Where situated. 


Description of monument. 


Inscription on monument. 


2 


Gorernment 

House. 


Ditto 


3 


Town Hall 


Rx mauls. 


Full-sized marble figure on 
a white marble pedestal. 


Marble busts (12) 


Full-sized marble statue on 
a marble pedestal. 


Marquis Wellesley, Governor-General of 
Lidia, from 1798 to 1805. Erected by 
the British inhabitants of Bengal in 
testimony of their high sense of the 
wisdom, energy and rectitude of his 
administration. 


To the Right Hon’ble Warren Hastings, 

MDCCCXXX. 


These busts are 
said to be those 
of twelve Caesars 
of Rome seized 
from a French 
Man-of-War in 
the Indian Ocean 
in the beginning 
of the nineteenth 
century. 


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4 


Pitto 



Full-sized statue on marble 
pedestal over marble plat- 
form with steps. 


In honour of the Most Noble Marquis Corn- 
wallis, K. 0 ., Governor- General of India, 
from September MDCCLXXXVI to 
October MDCOXCIII, who, by an ad- 
ministration uniformly conducted on the 
principles of wisdom, equity and Bound 
polioy, improved the internal resources of 
the country/ promoted the happiness of its 
inhabitants, conciliated the friendship of 
the native powers, confirmed the attach- 
ment of tfee allies of the Company, and 
established the- reputation of the British 
name in Hindustan for good faith and 
moderation by fixing in perpetuity the 
public demand for the landed revenue. 
He gave to the proprietors of the soil 
for the first time a permanent interest in 
it, and by the formation of a code of ' 
regulations for every department of the 
Government, he bestowed on the natives 
of India the benefit of a constitution and 
a security before unknown in the enjoy- 
ment of their rights and property. 
Forced into a war by the unprovoked 
aggression of Tippoo Sultan, his eminent 
military talents in the conduct of it were 
no less conspicuous than his moderation 
in victory. As a lasting memorial of 
these important services, and as a testi- 
mony of their respect and esteem for a 
Governor-General under whose adminis- 
tration public spirit was encouraged and 
merit liberally r rewarded, this statue was 
erected by the British inhabitants of 
Bengal, A.D. MDCCC1II. 


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Where situated. . Description of monument. 


Inscription on monument. 


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6 Town Hall- 
contd. 


Full-sized marble statue (North face.) Mdh£r4ja Kami Nith Tagore 
in sitting posture on a Bahadur, c.si. Bom October 26, 1801. 
marble block. Died June 10, 1877. 


West face.) Mahiraii Kami 
Bahadur, c.s.i. Bom Oc 
Died June 10, 1877. 


Kami Nith-Tagore 
m October 26, 1801 


Erected by his fellow citizens as a mark of 
their esteem for his private virtuees and 
of their gratitude for his public services. 


6 Ditto 


(East face) 

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Marble bust on marble John Palmer, Esq., of Calcutta, Merchant,, 
pilaster. second son of the late Lieutenant-General 

William Palmer. Born 8th of October 
1767; died 22nd . January 1836. To * 
superior talent he united a mind v eil 
cultivated and richly stored, with a heart 
susceptible of every generous and benev- 
volent impulse, ready at all times to 
sympathize in the sorrows and sufferings 
of his fellow-creatures. To the poor and 
the afflicted his counsel, when required, 
was prompt, and his hand ever open in 
the hour of their need. The vicissitudes 
and- trials of life, which it was his lot to 
experience in their severest forms, he bore 
with equanimity and fortitude, and he, 
lived in the respect and affection of a nu- 
merous circle of friends, European and 
Native, who, rightly appreciating his 
worth and deeply sorrowing for his loss, 
have caused this monument to be erected 
to his memory. Mequi beat in pace . 


7 Ditto ... Marble bust, on marble Nil. 

column, of Babu Kam 
Gopal Ghosh. 


8 Ditto 


I Marble bust 
t column. 


on marble' Erected to the memory of Peary Chand Mittra 
«, by his European and Native friends and 

admirers. Bom 22nd July 1814; died 
23rd November lh83. 








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"Where situated. 

Description of monument. 

Inscription on monunrent. 

Rbsiakks. 

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2 

3 

4 

5 

9 

Town Hall— 
concld. 

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Marble bust on marble 
pilaster. 

Charles Beckett Greenlaw, Eeq., Secretary 
to the Marine Board. This bust has been 
erected by the community of British 
India in token of the devoted enthusiasm 
and untiring energy with which, for 
twenty years, against the most dishearten- 
ing difficulties, he ably, zealously and 
perseveringly advocated the cause of steam 
communication, and finally scoured its 
establishment, 1845. 

1 

10 

Ditto 

• • • 

Marble bast on a marble 
column. 

Sir Henry Leland Harrison, kt , Bengal 
Civil Service. Died 5th May 1892 ; aged 
55 years. 


11 

Ditto 

• •• 

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Ditto 

To Major-General Sir William Casement, 
k.c.b., by his friends, 1847. 


12 

Ditto 


Marble bust on marble 
pillar. 

Erected to the memory of Baja Sir Badha 
Kant Bahadur,' k.c.s.i., by his country- 
men and fellow citizens. Bora 10th 
March 1783; died 19th April 1867. 


18 

Ditto 


Ditto 

Erected to the memory of the late Hon’ble 
Prossunno Coomar Tagore, c.s.i., by his 
countrymen. Born 1801. Died 1868. 

See also No. 29. 

14 

Ditto 

••• 

Marble bust on a sheet-iron 
hollow cylinder. 

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Colonel Sir Proby Thomas Cautley, k.c.b., 
Bengal Artillery. To commemorate the 
completion ,of a great public work, to 
preserve the features of its author in the 
land enriched by his labours, this bust was 
erected by men of various races united ia 
admiration of the genius which conceived, 
and the skill which executed, the Ganges 
Canal. MDCCCLIY. 


15 

Ditto 

• •• 

Marble bust on a marble 
column. 

Erected to the memory of William Meares 
Souttar, b.c.s., Chairman of the Corpora- 
tion of Calcutta from 16th November 
1878 to the time of his death, by the 
members and offioers of the Corporation. 
Bom 21st January 1844; died 18th 
December 1881. 


16 

Dalhousie 

tote. 

Infiti- 

Full-sized marble statue 
on a marble pedestal with 
a sword in the left, and 
a roll of paper in the 
right l^and. 

In Honour of the Most Noble the Marquis of 
Hastings, k.g., Governor-General of Bri- 
tish India and Commander- in-Ohief of 
the Forces from the year of our Lord 
MDCCCXIII to MDCCCXXHI. Erect- 
ed by the British inhabitants of Calcutta. 

See aWN»r3. 

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17 

Ditto 

— 

Full-sized marble statue on 
marble pedestal. 

Marquess Dalhousie, Govern or- General of 
India from 1848 to 1856. Erected in 
his honour by general subscriptions. 


18 

Ditto 


Ditto * ... 

The Bight Hon’ble James Wilson, Member 
of the Supreme Council of India, 1860. 


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Ditto 

• • • 

Marble bust on marble 
column. 

Edward F, Venables, Indigo-planter, Azim- 
ghur. Died 18th April 1858. 


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Ditto 

• •• 

Ditto 

Major-General Sir Jas. Outram, k.c.b ... 

See also No, 62. 



Where suited. 



Description of monument. 



21 | Dalhonsie Insti- Marble bust on marble 
tute — eoncld. column. 


led the storm of Delhi, 1867. 


22 Ditto 


Ditto 


Major-General Sir Henry Haveiodt, Bake., 


23 Ditto 


... Brigadier-General J. G. 8. Neill, c.b. 


Brass plate tablet on In grateful remembrance of John Bemfry, 
marble slab. late of the firm of Hamilton & Co. of 

this city, to -whose philanthropic desire for 
the welfare of his young fellow-townsmen, 
is due the conception of this Institute ; 
and whose active and untiring efforts 
led to its erection as a Memorial Hall 
and as a place of resort lor mental im- 
provement and. social reoreation for all 
classes. Born at Truro, Cornwall, 
England, 16th June 1804. Died at 
Olapham, London, 27th Deoember 1884. 


\/25 Indian Museum Statue 


This statue of Her Majesty Victoria, Empress 
of India, was presented to the Indian 
people by Mahatab Chand Bahadur 
Maharaja Dhiraj of Burdwan, in com- 
memoration of Her Majesty's gracious 
assumption of the imperial title on Janu- 
ary 1st, 1877. 


The pedestal commemorating the same auspi- 
cious event, was presented by Aftab 
Chond Mahatab Bahadur, Maharaja 
Dhiraj of Burdwan. 

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Where situated. Description of monument. Inscription on monument. j Remarks. 

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axm Senate House ... A white marble bast on a Henry Woodrow, m.a., formerly Fellow, In the entrance 

marble pedestal. Cains College, Cambridge. Fellow of the halL 

University of C&loutta. Six years 
Principal of La Martiniere. Upwards of 
20 years Inspector of Schools, and latterly 
Director cf Public Instruction in Bengal. 

This bust is erected, in affectionate 
remembrance, by desire of his native 
friends from funds chiefly contributed 
by them, to perpetuate his memory, and in 
recognition of his worth, and his devotion 
to the cause of education in India. In 
addition to this memorial a scholarship has 
been founded to be called “ the Woodrow 
Scholarship.” He was bom at Norwich, 

J uly 1823, and died at Darjeeling, October 
187 6. 

27 Ditto ... Ditto ... To James Sutcliffe, m.a. Formerly of St. 

John’s College, Cambridge ; for upwards 
of 21 years Principal of the Presidency 
College, Caloutta ; for 12 years Begis- 
trar of the Caloutta University of which he 
was a Fellow, and for two years Director 
of Public Instruction iu Bengal. This bust 
was erected by pupils and friends in India 
who retain a grateful reoollection of his 
unvarying diligenoe and kindness. He 
was bom September 27th, 1824. He died 
July 29th, 1878. 

28 Ditto ... A white marble bust on Sir Cecil Beadon, k.c.s.i., Fellow of the Uni- 

a black marble column versityof Calcutta, Lieutenant-Governor 

whioh stands on a marble of Bengal from April 1862 to April 1867. 

base. Bom 22nd December 1816. Died 18th 

July 1880. 



Ditto ... A white marble full- Hon’ble Prosunno Coomar Tagore, c.s.i., See also No. 13 

siaed figure sitting in a Founder of the Tagore Professorship of 

chair on a red granite I^aw in the University o! Calcutta. Bom 

pedestal. 21st December 1801. Died 30th August 

1868. 

Ditto ... A white marble bust on iTo Charles Henry Tawney, c.i.b., m.a., 

a marble base. formerly Fellow of Trinity College, 

Cambridge, late Fellow of the University 

of Calcutta, and now Librarian of the 

India Office, London, who, during his 

career of 28 years in India, rendered • 

conspicuous services to education, as 

Professor and Principal of the Presidency 

College, Caloutta; as Direotor of Publio 

Instruction in Bengal, and for eight years 

as Begistrar of the Caloutta University. 

This bust has been erected by his pupils and 
friends in India, who retain a grateful 
recollection of his unvarying kindness, and 
a profound respect for the wide range of 
his learning, and for his special erudition 
in the classical literature, alike of Europe 
and of India, 

_ January 1896 








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Where situated. Description of monument. 


Inscription on monu ment * * 


Senate House— 
concld . 


A] white bust on blue Baja Bajendra Lall Hitter, ai.B. 
granite col umn, which Doctor of Iamk 

stands on a blue granite Born 1824# 

pedestal. Med 1891. 


Imperial 

tariat. 


Secre- Marble bust on a marble 
oohmm. 


General Sir William Brakine Baker, x.c.b., 
b.b. (late Bengal Engineers). First Sec- 
retary in the Public Works Department 
of the Government of India, 1855 to 1859. 


Metcalfe Hall ... Two full-sized black stone NIL 
busts of Lord Metoalfe. 

Ditto ... Full-sized marble bust on Lord Metcalfe, 1846. 

a marble-coloured column 
with small footing. 

Ditto ... Full-sized marble bust on Dwarka Nath Tagore, from his fellow-citizens 

a marble oolumn with of Calcutta ; January 1842. 
ornamental footing. 

No. 4, Belvedere Full-sized marble bust on William Carey, D.D., Founder of the Agn- 
Road, Alipore, a marble column with cultural and Horticultural Society of 
occupied by Agri- ornamental footing. India, 1820. 

Horticultural 
Society of India. 


37 High Court 


Court of 
Causes. 


Small 


Full-sized marble statue, in To Sir Edward Hyde, Baronet, Chief Justice 
sitting posture, on a raised of the Supreme Court, Bengal. A 

masonry pedestal. principal founder of the^ Hindu College 




Marble bust on 
pedestal. 


marble 


The native inhabitants of Calcutta caused 
this statue to be raised, A. D. 1821. 

Hutu (Thunder Ghose. Bom 1808 Died 
1868. For 15 years one of the Judges of 
the Court of Small Causes, Calcutta. 


40 Medical College 


39 Presidency Col- A white marble bust on Erected to the memory of Babu Bam Chun- 
Wre marble pedestal. der Mitter by members and well-wishers 

8 ’ of the Bethune Society, in recognition of 

the untiring zeal with which he, for 25 
years, laboured in the cause of the Society 
Bom 1814 ; died 1874. 

Edward Goodeve, m.b., London, Deputy In- 
spector-General of Hospitals and Hono- 
rary Physioan to the Queen. From 1849 
to 1864, successively Professor of Materia 
Medioa, Midwifery and Medicine. Secre- 
tary to College and to the Council of Edu- 
cation. Erected by friends and pupils. 

41 Telegraph Office Marble bust on a marble Daniel George Robinson, 

® column. Royal Engineers. Bom 8th Maroh 1826 ; 

Died 27th July 1877. For 12 years | 
Director-General of the Telegraphs of 
India. In affectionate remembrance, this 
bust was subscribed for by upwards of 400 
members of the Department. 


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Where situated. 

Description of monument. 

2 

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3 

Telegraph Office 
vestibule. 

Marble tablet inserted in 
the wall. 

Asiatio Society’s 
Booms. 

Ditto ... 

Marble bust 

Ditto 

Ditto •** 

Ditto 

Ditto 

Ditto 

Ditto 

Ditto 

Ditto 

Ditto 

Ditto 

Ditto 

Ditto ... 

Ditto 

Ditto 

Ditto 

Ditto 

Ditto 

Ditto 

Ditto 

Ditto .. 

Two small relief busts in 
bronze of 8ir George 
King, k.c.i.e., F.B.S., and 
D. D. Cunningham, c.i.b., 
F.U.S., mounted on black 
wood panel. 

Post Office 

Black marble pavement 
with cast-irou railing and 
dwarf wall on three sides 
and a marble tablet with 
inscription. 

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General Post 

Offioe, East 

Indian Railway 
office and build- 
ings between 

them along 

Chamook Place 
andFairlie Place. 

White marble tablets indi- 
cating the site of Old Fort 
William. 

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Inscription on monument. 


Remarks. 



This Tablet is erected to the memory of W. B. 
Melville, Esqr., Superintendent of Tele- 

f rapbs, Assam Division, and of Signaller 
ames O’Brien, who were murdered at 
Myankhong, Manipur, in March 1891. 

Their remains are interred at Myankhong. 

Sir William Jones. 

Henry T. Colebrooke. 

Horaoe H. Wilson. 

.. James Prinsep 

.. W. N. Mill. 

B. H. Hodgson. 

H. T. Prinsep. 

Hugh Falooner. 

Thomas Oldham. 

Henry Blochmann. 

Ferdinand Stoliezka. 

Above Busts. 

“ PAB NOBILE FBATRUM.” 

Below Busts. 

Presented by the subscribers to the King and 
Cunningham Memorial Fund, June 1901. 


The marble pavement below this spot was 
placed here by Lord Curzon, Viceroy 
and Governor-General of India, to 
mark the site of the prison in Old Fort 
William known as the Black Hole, in 
which 146 British inhabitants of Calcutta 
were confined on the night of the 20th 
June 1756, and from which only 23 
came out alive. 

The pavement marks the exact breadth of the 
prison, 14 feet 10 inches, but not its full 
length, 18 feet, about one-third of the 
area at the north end being covered by 
the building on which this tablet is fixed. 

Behind the gateway immediately adjoining 
this spot is the site of the Black Hole 
prison in Old Fort William. 

The brass lines in the adjacent, steps and 
pavement mark the position and extent of 
part of the south-east bastion of Old Port 
William. The extreme south-east point 
beiDg 95 feet from this wall. 


See also No. 7 C/ 


On the Post Office. 


Ditto. 









«t the east gate of old FofrtWilliam 
through which the bodies of those who 
' _ perished in the Black Hob woo brought 
: aa^ thrown into the ditch of the ravelin 

on the 21st June 1756. 

: T& the west of this tablet extended the range 
«£ bjsilfWs called the “LqggRftw’’ urhilfc 


Maid an, south of The Oohterlony MQDUflMnt, 


Raj Ohunder 
Dass’s Road 
(east). 


a fluted column, abont 1.2, 
bet in diameter and. 152 
feet in height. (S^ 


contained the lodgings of the Company’s 
writers and divided the old Fort into two 
sections. 

The brass line in the stone on the adjacent 
gtonnd marks the position and orient of 
part of the north-east bastion of old Fort 
William. . - • 

The brass lines in the stone on the, adjacent 
i ground mask the position and extent of the 
continuation of the west curtain of old Fort 
r William near where it was met by the 
“I»ng Row.” 

The brass lines in the stone on the adjacent 
ground mark the position and extent <4 a 
portion of the north wall of the factory, 
the principal building in the centre of old 
Fort William. 

. The, brass lines in the stone on the adjacent 
ground mark the position and extent; of 
the south curtain «* old Fort William. 

Sir David Ochteglony, Baronet, Grand Cross 
of the Military Order of the Bath, Major- 
General in the army of Bengal*. Died at 
1 Meerut on the 15th of duly 1825.. The 
people of India, Native and European, to 
commemorate his services as a statesman 
and a soldier, have, in grateful admiration, 
raised this column. 


58 Maidan, south of Pedestrian statue 
Town Hall. 


To William Cavendish Bentinek, whoy during j 
seven years, ruled India with moment j 
| prudence, integrity and benevolence ; who, 

* placed at the head of a great Empire, 

[ never laid aside the simplicity and modera- 

tion of a private citizen ; who infused into 
oriental despotism the spirit of British 
freedom ; who never forgot that the end 
of government is the welfare of the 
| governed ; who abolished cruel rites ; who 
effaced humiliating distinctions ; who 
allowed liberty to the expression of public 
opinion ; whose constant study it was to 
elevate the moral and intellectual charac- 
ter of the nation committed to, hia charge. 
This monument was erected by men who, 
differing from each other in race, in, 
manners, in language, and in religion, 
cherish with equal veneration and grati- 
tude the memory of his wise, upright, and 
paternal administration. Calcutta, 4th 
February 1835. 


Ditto. 


On the Poet Office. 







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Where situated. 


Description of monument. 


69 


Maidan, north of 


Pedestrian statue 


To 


Eden Garden. 


Inscription on monument. 


BbIOUS. 


Georges, Earl of Auckland, Governor- 1 
General of India. This statue was erected 
by men, of whom some were the instru- 
ments of his Government, of whom many 
knew that Government only through its 
benign effects, all of whom agreed in the 
affectionate desire to perpetuate the 
memory of the six years during which he 
ruled the destinies of British India ; for 
this just reason that throughout the 
whole course of those years, he laboured 
earnestly and unremittingly to make 
security from rapine and oppression, 
freedom of internal trade* the medical 
sciences of Europe, justice which is 
blind to distinctions of race, the Euglish 
language, and the moral and intellectual 
affluence which it opens, a common and 
perpetual inheritance to all the nations who 
inhabit this Empire ; 1848. 


60 


Maidan, south- 
west of Eden 
Garden. 


Ditto 


Si^ William Peel., y.c., k.c.b., Commander of 
Naval Brigade in the war of the Indian 
Mutiny. Born 4th November 1824. Died 
at Cawnpore 27th April 1858. 


61 


Maidan, south- 
east of Govern- 
ment House. 


Equestrian statue 


62 


Maidan, west of 
Park Street! 


Ditto 


63 


Maidan, south 
of Government 
House* 


Pedestrian sattue 


This statue was erected by the inhabitants of 
British India, of various races and creeds, 
to Henry Yiscount Hardinge in grateful 
commemoration of a Governor who, trained 
in war, sought, by the arts of peace, to 
elevate and improve the various nations 
committed to his charge, and when recalled 
to arms by unprovoked invasion at Moodkee, 
Feroshuhur and Sobraon, maintained the 
reputation which in youth he won by 
turning the tide of victory at Albuera. 


Sir James Outram, Lieutenant-General, g.c.b., 
dc., Baronet. His life was given to India. 
In early manhood he reclaimed wild races 
by winning their hearts. Ghasni, Kelat, 
the Indian Caucasus witnessed the daring 
deeds of his prime ; Persia brought to sue 
for peace ; Lucknow relieved, defended and 
recovered were fields of his later glories. 
Faithful servant of England ! Large- 
minded and kindly ruler of her subjects! 
In all the true Knight I “The Bayaid of 
the East.” Bom 29th January 1803. 
Died 11th March 1863. 


See also N®. 2C. 


(On the North face.) John Lawrence. (On 
the East face.) Born 1811. Died 1879. 
(On the West face.) Viceroy of India, 
1864-1869. | 


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1/ Ditto 


A bronze seated figure on j 
a green marble pedestal j 
(Victoria Empiess of l 
India). 


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Temporarily erect- 
ed on this site, 
March 1902. 



Serial num* 


Where situated. 

Description of monument. 

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8 


65 M ai d en, Bentiiiok Equestrian statue 
Boad, cross 
road. 



To the honoured and beloved ci 

Biohard Southwell, 6th Bari of Ib^ 
K.P., Vuwrcyand Governor-General 

of India: humane, courteous, wriri a 
and enlightened, struck down, in tb lriU 
of a patriotic and benefiesnt <mor, dt the 
8th February 1872, by the tmthnw hand 
of an aasasBUL. The people of Tndia, mourn* 
ing and indignant, raise fins statue. Bona 
21st February 1822, assumed theVioeroyalty, 
12th January. 1869. 




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66 Maidan, south Pedestrian statue 
of High Court. 


... (On the North ride.) Thomas George, Bari of 
Northbrook, o.c. 8 . 1 ., Viceroy and Oomnoa 
General of India, 1872— 187& Emoted 
by puNicr subscription. 


(Bast face) 

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(South face) 

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(West faoe) » 

#w ’iwjwr ^rw, 

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67 Maidan, south* Equestrian statue 
west of Govern* 
ment House. 


... Charies John, Earl Ganning, x.e., o.c.s.i., 
Govemor*General and 1st Viceroy of Lidia, 
1856 — 1862. Bom 14th December 1812. 
Died 17th June 1862. 


68 Maiden, east of . Ditto 

Prineep’sGhat. 

69 Maidan, south of Pedestrian statue 

Bed Boad. 


... Napier of MagdaDa. 


Frederick Temple, Marquis of Dufferin and 
Ava, Viceroy and Govenior*General of 
India, 1884—1888. 








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Wbege situated. 

Description of pionument. 

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3 

Maidan, west of 
Bed Boad. 

Equestrian statue 

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Maidan, east of 
Bed Boad. 

Ditto 

MVudim, west of 
Goto rnment 
House. 

Pedestrian statue 

Maidan, south-east 
of High Court. 

Stone fountain 

Maidan, between 
old and new 
Strand Roads. 

A masonry ghat . • . 

Maidan, east of 
Government 
House. 

A Jeypur marble fountain 

On the east bank 
of river Hooghly 
and south of 
water gate of 
Fort William. 

Gwalior monument, a 
bronze cbatri or pavi- 
lion on a high marble 
base. 

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70 


71 


72 


78 


74 


75 


76 


Inscription on monument. 


Remarks. 


4 


5 


(North face.) General Lord Roberts, v.c.,* * Medals. 
g.c.b.,* g.c.s.i.,* g.ci.e., * Commander-in- 
Chief of Her Majesty’s Forces** in India* 

Nov. MDCCCLXXXV to April MDCC- 
CXCHI, Field Marshal MDCCCXCV. 

(South face.) Kabul to Kandahar, Delhi, 

Lucknow, Agra, Khod&gunge, Umbeyla, 

Abyssinia, 1867;Lushai, Afghanistan, 1878 
to 1880 ; Peiwar Kotal, Shutar Gardan, 

Charasiah, Sherpur. “ I now bid farewell 
to the army of this country, both British 
and Native.” 

The Marquis of Lansdowne, Viceroy and 
Governor-General of India, November 1888 
to Deoember 1893. 


Sir Stewart Colvin Bayley, k.c.s.i., c.i.e., 
Commissioner of Patna Division, 1872-1877 ; 
Chief Commissioner, Assam, 1878-1881. 

Member of Supreme Council, 1882-87 ; Lieu- 
tenant-Governor of Bengal, 1887-1890. 

Ereoted by public subscription as a tribute 
of respect to a juBt and wise administrator 
whose generous sympathies endeared him 
to the people of Bengal. 


In memory of William Fraser MacDonell, 
v. c., of the Bengal Civil Service from 
1850 — 1886 and Puisne Judge of the 
High Court, Calcutta, from 1874 — 1886, who 
during the Indian Mutiny, in Shahabad 
district won, by his personal bravery in 
action, the highest distinction which his 
Sovereign could bestow, and throughout his 
long service and career gained by his 
manly rectitude and kindly disposition the 
respect and affection of those who knew 
him setting always an honorable example 
to his colleagues and his countrymen. 

Erected by his friends after his death at 
Cheltenham on July 31st, 1894. 

Erected to the honour of James Prinsep by 
his fellow-citizens. 


See also No. 46. 


(West face.) In memory of Demetrius Panioty, 
c.i.Eo Assistant Private Secretary to the 
Viceroy, who died at Simla, July 17th, 1895. 

(East face.) This fountain was erected as a 
tribute to faithful and assiduous service, ex- 
tending over a period of forty-two years, by 
the Viceroy and Private Secretaries who 
gratefully remember it, A.D. 1898. 

(Over west side arch.) A good name is rather 
to be chosen than great riches. 

Erected to the memory of the undermen- 
tioned Officers, Non-Commissioned Officers 
and Soldiers of Her Majesty’s and the 
Hon’ble Company’s Service, who fell in the 
vicfcorions actions of Moharajpore and 
Punniar, on the 20th December 1843. 










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to&to v 


Whore situated. 


On the east hank 
of river Hooghly 
and south of 
water gate of 
Fort William — 
eontd. 


-*-■ Bead-Quarter Stop. 

Major-General 0. Hi" OhurehiH, c,* 
Lie ute n a nt-Colonel K Sand e rs . o*» 


*' 9nd Droop, ind Brigade, B. JL 

Bombardier John Gasehow. 
Rough-rider John Bromlej. 

Bnddar Stuiltli Bam Jam. 

Private Onnga Deen. ' 

8700 Khoda Box. 

„ Peer Bacons. 

3rd Troop, tnd Brigade, H. A. 
Syoe Bownanny Deen. 

' * Cad Troop, 3rd Brigade, B. A. 

Bombardier Thomas Daria. „ 

Fanier John Houghton. 

Trumpeter James Howard. 

Gunner John Lamb. 

3rd Troop, 3rd Brigade , B. A. 
Banner James Myers. 

B. Jf.’t 16th Regiment, Lanoero. 

Private Aaron Williams. 

„ James Watson. 

„ Jesse Lorimer. 

let Regiment of Light Cavalry. 

Major G. B. Crommelin, c.b. 

Trooper Twangerally. 

„ K 00 tab Khan. 

Uth Regiment gf Light Cavalry. 

Subadar Major Joadah Singh. 

Trooper SaUegram Singh. 

8th Regiment of Light Cavalry. 

Trooper Bowanny Singh. 

„ Keehnah Singh. 

10th Regiment of Light Cavalry. 

Trooper Dabee Singh. 

„ Meer Kurreem Hoeein. 

„ Meer Hosein Alee. 

,, BoshnnKhan. 

„ Wizzier Khan. 

„ Emamoody Khan. 

Uth Irregular Cavalry . 

Nagarohie Khodabnx Khan. 

Sowar Aibar Ally. 





Serial Bom- 
ber. I 


Where situated. Description of monument. 


Inscription on monument. 


Bnuusr 



On the east bank 
■of river Hooghly 
and south of 
water gate of 
Fart William — 
amid. 


1st Company , lit Battalion 0 / Artillery. 

Sergeant William Loftus. 

Gunner Edward Elliot. 

kth Company, hth Battalion of Artillery. 

First Lieutenant H. S. Deaths. 

1st Company, Artillery , Seindia’s Contingent. 

Driver Bailie Bam. 


H. M’s 3rd Regiment of Foot, Buffs. 

Captain Donald Stuart. 

„ Einhard Magrath. 
Color-Serg6ant John Devory. 

„ Henry EboralL 
„ t Jacob Wheeler. 

Sergeant Michael Mannion. 

Private Thomas Allen. 

„ Thomas Baily. 

,, Joseph Britton. 

„ Thomas Clarke. 

„ James Griggs. 

„ Benjamin Lockwood. 

„ William Petworth. 

„ Francis Quiton. 

„ Edward Simmons. 

„ Private James Thorne. 

„ Andrew Travers. 

„ Thomas W. Wood. 


H. M.’s 39th Regiment of Foot. 

Ensign Theodore D. Bray. 

Sergeant Cornelius O'Brien. 

„ Humphrey Wren. 

Corporal George Patterson. 

Drummer Patrick Dogherty. 

Private Boad Baines. 

,, James Barter. 

„ Richard Benfield. 

„ Robert D. Beswiok. 

,, Michael Burke. 

„ Henry Clench. 

„ Jeremiah Cole. 

„ John Connor. 

„ Thomas Conroy. 

„ Patrick Conway. 

„ Joseph Dalby. 

„ David Dougherty. 

„ John Epalett. 

„ David Hamigan. 

„ Edward Hardiman. 

„ Matthew Harper. 

„ John Hartigan. 

„ William Henderson. 

„ Patrick Higgins. 

,, David Jackson. 








Serial nom 



On the east bank 
of river Hooghly 
and south of 
water gate of 
Fort William — 
eontd. 


B. M’t 89th Reginent of Root — conoid. 

Private William Jones, 
ii Tfeomhs Berwick. 

„ Terenoe McCabe. 
ii Matthew McClain. 

„ Michael MeColgan. 

,, Johor MoCndden. 
ii Thomas Moore, 
n Edward MorrhelL 
„ Daniel Moriartj. 

Michael Morphy. 

„ James Price. 

,i William Bobbins, 
n Henry Senior, 

i, Thomas Stanton. 

Enrnon Troy. 

„ Henry Wellings. 


B. Jf.’s £Oth Regiment of Foot. 

Sergeant Edward Hatch. 

Corporal John Wilding. 
ii Edward Sherlock. 

,, William Boddan. 

Drummer Robert Wallace. 

Private William Williams. 

„ Thomas McEvoy. 

„ Henry Plane. 

„ William Edney. 

n James Patterson. 

„ Henry Philpott. 

„ James Mangan. 

„ Richard Brooks. 

„ Thomas Higgins. 

„ John Homer. 

„ William Monks. 

„ Henry Whiley. 

„ Charles Wicker. 

„ Samuel Bright. 

„ William Hockley. 

„ Henry Charles Thompson. 

„ Henry Murfin. 

„ Thomas Walton. 

„ John Bailey. 

„ Andrew Colquhoun. 

„ James Favien. 

„ Thomas Jordan. 

„ Thomas Prior. 

„ Hugh Parker. 

„ George Bessell. 

Color-Sergeant Edward McSherry. 
Private William Bumevin. 

„ Joseph Ulade. 

„ Henry Pudney. 

„ John Adamson. 


H. 31. ’a 50th Queen' a ovn Regiment of Foot. 

Captain G. G. McKenzie Cob ban 
Corporal J. Gay. 





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Where situated. Description of monument. 


Inscription on monument. 


Bnum 



On the east bank, 
of rives Hooghly 
and south of 
water gate of 
• Port William — 
eontd. 


H. J t’s 60th Queen’s own Regiment of foot- 
conold. 

Private James Norman. 

„ Patrick Bryan. 

„ Daniel Murphy. 

„ John Wallaoe. 

„ Thomas Carroll. 

„ Robert Thomas. 

„ John Ballantine. 

„ Thomas Fishlock. 

„ Thomas Monger. 


2nd Regiment if Native Infantry , 

Grenadiers. 


Naick Sumshear Khan. 
Drummer 'William Hottinger. 
Sepoy Meerza Rohimbeg. 

„ Ram j ion Gualla. 

,, Suddeen Koormie. 

„ Rampersaud Panday. 

„ Heedaram Pandy. 

„ Shaik Baboorally. 

„ Bheek Sing. 


Hth Regiment if Native Infantry. 

Havildar Lall Sing. 

8epoy Bheekum Khan. 


16th Regiment of Native Infantry, 

Grenadiers. 


lieutenant Charles Newton. 
Jemadar Khoossial Sing. 

„ Adjoodeeah Sing. 
Naiok Gun sam Sing. 

,, Heera Ram. 

Musician Thomas McDonald. 
Sepoy Hunnoomaon Sing. 

„ Bhojeram. 

„ Sowal Doobey. 

„ Daibeedeen Sookal. 

„ Sirdar Sing. 

„ Qunga Pandy. 

„ Narain Tewarry. 

„ Jewahir Sing. 

„ Sirdar Khan. 

„ Madhoo Pandy. 

„ Koonjbeharree. 

„ Dhan Sing. 

„ Beharee Tewarry. 

„ Sewlall Sing. 

„ Ram j an Khan. 

„ Heerah Sing. 

„ Chaidah Doobey. 








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S9i\ Regiment of Native Infantry. 


On the east bank 
of river Hopghly 
and south of 
water gate of 
Fort William — 
conoid . 


Havildar Beekaree Sing. 

Sepoy Kundhai Sing. 

„ Coorial Sing. 

„ Doorgah Sing. 

„ Deenah Sing* 

9* Bindah Pandy. 

9 9 Soobdhan Dooby. 

>9 Davie Tewarry. 

„ Eadeh Sing. 

„ Dhaydeen Misser. 

„ Duljeet Sing. 

99 Bussih Earn. 

99 Eamluggun Chonby. 

99 Bhowany Persand Tewry. 
99 Eamdial Misser. 


43rd Regiment of Native Infantry . 

Naiek Mann Sing. 

„ Earn Sing 
„ Dookchore Misser. 

Sepoy Bunker Dooby. 

„ Surroot Sing 
„ Meer Bakerally. 

56th Regiment of Native Infantry. 

Naiek Eummust Sing. 

„ Doordutt Pandeh. 

Sepoy Juggur Nath Misser. 

99 Gyahdeen Patuk. 

„ Buldie. 

„ Eamsahae Dooby. 

Regiment of Kelat-i-Qil%ie. 


77 Hare School 


78 


Sanskrit College 


Sepoy Bailee. 


A white marble full-sized 
figure standing on a 
marble pedestal. 


A white full-sized seated 
figure on a pedestal of 
marble. 


In honour of David Hare, who9 by steady 
industry having acquired an ample com- 
petence, cheerfully relinquished the prospect 
of returning to enjoy it in his native land, 
in order to promote the welfare of that of 
his adoption to the close of his irreproach- 
able and useful life. He made the improve- 
ment,* intellectual and moral, as well as the 
condition in sickness no less than in health, 
of the native youths of Bengal the object of 
his constant care and unwearying solicitude, 
and they, in token of gratitude and venera- 
tion for the memory of their constant, 
generous and most disinterested benefactor, 
have erected this statue. 

To the sacred memory of — 

Pundit Iswar Chandra Yidiasagara, c.i e., 
who, from a pupil, became the Principal 
of the Sanskrit College. 

This statue has been erected, with subscriptions 
raised by the public, as a token of their 
profound respect for his great virtues, and 
a tribute to his eminent services to the 
country, as scholar, author, educationist, 
reformer and philanthropist. 








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i 

Where situated. 

Description o£ monument. 

• 

Inscription on monument. 

i 


2 

3 

4 

j 5 


Sanskrit College^ 
concld. 


79 Hindu School 


Ditto 


81 Bethune College 

82 In Dalhousie 

Square, Cal- 
cutta, facing the 
central portico 
of Writers’ 
Buildings. 

83 Beadon Square 


r | He was beam at Birsiha, Midnapore district, \ 

\ 26th September 1820, and died in Calcutta, ! 
r 28th July 189 1. 

garble tablet inserted in [ This Tablet is erected to the memory of — 

[ 'the wadi. G opal Kristo Chose, late Btudent of this College, 

whose early attainments reflected oredit 
upon himself, upon the Institution, and 
upon his countrymen ; who, having on two 
successive occasions eminently d istinguished 
himself in the annual examination of this 
; College* waa on the last deprived* by an 

untimely death* of the rewards that he 
merited, but for which this Tablet has been 
, substituted by the Committee of Public 

Instruction as a mark of regret for his 
loss and of the desire to perpetuate the 
. memory of his example. 

1841. 

MarWe tablet inserted, in To the memory of — 
the vail- Sarvesware Bhattacharya, b.a. Born 30th 

April 1854. Died 1 8th August 1895, A.D., 
at Iohapore. Pifth Teacher of the Hindu 
School, whose mild and genial disposition, 
untiring devotion to his work, and the 
I very keen interest he took in the welfare 

; of his pupils, won the love and gratitude 

of them all, and their deep regret at his 
untimely death. 

This Tablet is raised by his pupils, Hindu 
School, 21st December 1895. 

A white marble bust on a L E. D. Bethune. 
pedest&L 

A white marble life-size 1 The Bon’ble Sir Ashley Eden, k.c.s.t., Lieute- 
seated figure. nant-Govemor of Bengal, 1877 1882. 

Erected by public subscription. 


A full-sized marble figure Raja Kali Krishna Bahadur, in token of re- 
sitting in a chair on a spect and admiration for his profound 

marble pedestal and base. scholarship, hi3 large-hearted benevolence, 

and his devoted loyalty to the British 
Crown. Born 1809. Died 1874, A. D. \ 

Tran 

Timm* \ 


84 Zoological Gar- j Obelisk 
dens, Alipur. 


This obelisk was erected by public sub- 
scription to the memory of Carl Louis 
Sohwendler, who died 6th January'1882, 
and by whose energy and enterprise this 
Zoological Garden was established in 
1876. 

The medallion of Carl Louis Schwendler was 
subsorihed for by his fellow-countrymen 
in Calcutta, 1883. ! 


X * v' 







Serial nutu 



85 Royal Botanical Stone tun on circular stone 
Garden, Sibpnr. pedestal under covered 
masonry enclosure. 


Quisquis- adea • si.' loons -suavitate* mentosar 
permulcet * ant * admonet * nt * pie * 
sentiaa * de * deo * habendus • in * bonne * 
tibi * Boxburghiua • horam - hortoram • 
olim ■ prsefeotos • vir * scientiae * botani- 
ces * lande ■ florens • idemque - amctoita- 
turn • agrestium • summns • artifex* oonser- 
vat -cinerem* patria * hie * viget *ingeni> 
nm • tu • fare • et * perfraere - B.M. P.C. 
superstites . amid * A.D. MDCOGXXII. 


... I Square marble pillar with I William Griffith, distinguished by (be zed 
' ornamental marble cor- ■ — :a — ' — 1 *— - l - J 11 — 


and activity with which be imparted the 
knowledge he had himself acquired by 
personal investigation in the different 
provinces of British India,, and in the 
neighbouring kingdoms from the banks of 
the Helmund and Oxus to the Straits of 
Malacca where, in the capadfy of Civil 
A s s istan t Surgeon ha died 9th Feb. 
1845, in the 34th year of his age, and 
the 13th year of his publie service in 
India. His early loss was deeply de> 
plored by the head of the Government of 
India, and by the leading natural histo- 
rians of his time. His large collections 
of plants and MSS. were bequeathed to 
the Honorable the Court of Directors 
of the East India Company. 

^ 

(iieniiiiiiuirr Griffith, Vir. Magni. ingenii, ao 
industries. * 

Naturalibus. Scientiis. promovendis. 

Totus. incumbens. plurimas. India) Britan- 

* niose. provincias. 

Nee. non. regiones. Bunnanicas. Afghanis- 
tanicas. Bootanicas. Summo. studio, et. 
_ labors peragipvit. 

Mishmeos, Keegaeo, Himalayaosque. 

Montes, pnrbngtwfet. qn». ipse.' magna. dili- 
gent i a. 

et solertia. cognoverat. Voce. oc. scriptis. 
illustravit. 

Viris. doctissimis. in bonore, habitus, amiois. 
apprime e ss es} Malaccas. Media, civilis. 
officio, fungen8. 

Obiit. die. 9. Feb. a.d. 1845. setatis. sum. 34. 

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Inscription oi monument. 

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Erected by his brother and a few private 
friends with the permission of Govern- 
ment. 


87 

Royal Botanical 
Garden, Sibpur. 

* 

1 

Square marble pillar with 
ornamental cornice, on 1 
stone pedestal. ! 

Malayan miscellanies. This stone is placed 
here to identify with the Hon’ble Com- 
pany’s Botanic Gardens the recollection 
of Assistant Surgeon William Jack, who 
with original genius at an early age con- 
tributed largely to a knowledge of the 
plants of the British possessions in the 
East. His extensive MSS. historical and 
botanioal, were lost on board the ship 
Fame, which was burnt at sea, February 
3d, 1824. He has left an imperishable 
name by his previous publications. The ■ 
works to which they were contributed, 
and the groups of plants he discovered, 
described and elucidated are hereon 
engraved. 



- 


Linncean Transactions. — Glapbyria. Rhod amnia. 
Pternandra. Melastomaoeao Pyrrhanthus. 
Spbalantbus. Octas ccelopyrum. Phaleria. 
Rafflesia. Nepenthes. 





Carey’* ed Roxburgh's Flora Indtca . Eury- 
coma. Stagmaria. Hedycarpus. Lansium, 
Chionotria. Euthemis. Adinandra. 

Ixonanthes. Acrotrema. Monocera. 

Enchidium. 





Comp . hot Magazine . — Helospora, ur ophyllurr 
mynneeodia. hydnophy turn, epithinia. 
pgilobum lasianthus. lecananthus. leuco- 
notis. peronema. Sphenodesme, cyrtan- 
draceee. loxonia. aeschynanthus. 

Bom at Aberdeen 29th Jan 1795. Died 
at Bencoolen, 15th Sept 1822, aged 27, 
Erected A.D. 1844 by permission oi 
Government. 

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Serial num. 
ber. 


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Serial num- II 

ber. 

Where situated. 

Description of monument. 

Inscription on monument. 

Remarks. 

1 

2 

8 

4 

5 

88 

89 

90 

91 

92 

Royal Botanical 
Garden, Sibpur. 

Ditto 

Ditto 

His Majesty’s 

Mint, Bullion 
officer’s room. 

Harrison Road 
and east of 
Cornwallis 
Street. 

Marble urn on circular 
marble pillar, raised 

platform with stone steps. 

Granite obelisk on granite 
base. 

Ornamental marble block 
raised on marble steps. 

White marble bust on 
white marble pillar. 

A white marble full-sized 
figure standing on a 
marble pedestal surround- 
ed by iron ornamental 
railing. 

| 

Roberto Kydio Mil trib Horti Hujus funds- 
tori poenit A. K MDCGXCUL 

In honour of Nathaniel Wallioh wj>. f.r.s. 
for thirty years Superintendent of this 
Garden A most distinguished botanist and 
an indefatigable explorer Obiit MDOCCLIY 
Erected by some admirers of his genius and 
industry. MDCCCLXXXH. 

Solpis Kurz, Curator of the Herbarium in these 
Gardens. Bom at Augsburg 5th May 1834. 
Died at Penang 15th January 1878. 

Erected by his friends in memory of his bota- 
nical researches in the Malay Archipelago, 
Burma and India. 

The Hon’ble the Court of Directors of the 
East India Company have placed Bust 

in the Hew Mint of Calcutta to mark their 
sense of the eminent services of Major- 
General William Naim Forbes Bengal 
Engineers Master of that Mint who designed 
and constructed the noble building, erected 
all the complicated machinery ana directed 
the operations of the Institution for upwards 
of twenty years with signal capaoity and 
success. General Forbes commenced the 
construction of the New Mint on the 31st of 
March 1824 and completed the building on 
the 1st of August 1829 As Architect, Super- 
intendent of Machinery and Mint Master 
he was connected with the Institution from 
1824 to 1855 or for 31 years He was 
boro on the 3rd of April 1796 and died on 
the 1st of May 1855. 

To the memory of the Hon’ble Rai Kristo 
Dass Pal Bahadur, c.i.b. Bom April 1839. 
Died 24th J uly 1884. 

As Secretary to the British Indian Association, 
as a member of the Municipal Corporation, 
as a journalist, 8Dd as a legislator, he 
brought to the service of his country a 
cultivated understanding, great talents, untir- 
ing industry, and a lofty patriotism. This 
statue has been erected as a tribute to his 
memory by his grateful countrymen and 

J many other admiring friends. 

1 


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INDEX. 



Auckland — George, Earl of 


Baker— General Sir William Erskine . 


Bayley — Sir Stewart Colvin 


Beadon — Sir Cecil 


Bentinek- — Lord William Cavendish 


Bethnne — I.E.D. 


Bbattacharya — Sarvesware 


Black Hole 


Bloohmann — Henry 


Caesars — Twelve— of Borne 


Canning — Charles John, Earl . . 

Carey — William . . . 

Casement — Major-General Sir William 
Cantley — Colonel Sir Proby Thomas 
Colebrooke — Henry T. • 

Cornwallis — The Most Noble Marquis . 

Cunningham — D. D 

Dalhousie — Marquess 

Dnfierin and Ava — Frederick Temple, Marqnis of 


Eden — The Hon’ble Sir Ashley . 


Falconer — Hugh 

Forbes — Major-General William Nairn 


Fort William — Old 
Ghosh — Earn Gopal 
Ghose— Gopal Kriafco . 
Ghose — Hutu Ohunder 
Goode ve — Edward 


Greenlaw — Charles Beckett 


Griffith— William 
Gwalior Monument 


Hardinge — Henry "Viscount 
Haro— David . 


Page. I Serial number. 




Name. 


Serial number. 




Harrison — Sir Henry Leland . . . . . . 

3. , 

10 

Hastinga^-The Marquis ftf . . . . . • . * 

1ft 8 

3 & 16 

Havelock — Major-General Sir Henry . . . . . . , 

4 

22 

Hodgson — B. H. • • • . • • 

7 

48 

Hyde— Sir Edward . . . 

8 

37 

Jack — William 

19 : 

87 

Jones — Sir William . . 

7 ' 

43 

Kali Krishna — -Baja ' 

17 

83 

King — Sir George ....... .... 

7 J 

54 

Kurz — Sulpiz 

20 : 

90 

Kyd — Bobert 

20 

88 

Lansdowne — Marquis of * . . . • • • * * v . 

11 

71 

Lawrence — Lord John 

9 

63 

Mayo— Bichard Southwell, Earl of .. ...... 

10 ’ 

65 


11 

• 73 

Melville W. B * . . 

7 r 

42 

Metcalfe — Lord 

£ 

6 

33, 34 

Mill— W. 

7 

47 

Mitter — Bam Chunder 

c 

6 

39 


( 

2 

8 

Mitter — Baja Bajendra Lall , 

6 

31 

Napier — Lord — ofMagdalla 

TO 

68 

Nicholson — Brigadier-General John 

4 

21 

Neill — Brigadier-General, J. G. S. . . 

4 

23 

Northbrook — Thomas George, Earl of 

TO 

66 

O’Brien — Signaller James 

7 

! 

42 

Ochterlony — Sir David ••••»•••*• 

8 

57 

| 

Oldham — Thomas .. ........ 

7 

51 

Outram — Sir James 

3 ft 9 

20 ft 62 

Pal — Hon’ble Bai Kristo Dass ......... 

20 

92 

Palmer — John 

2 

6 

1 

Panioty — Demetrius 

11 

75 


Peel — Sir William 


9 


60 





index. iii 


Name. 

Page. 

Serial number. 

Frinsep — H. T. . 

r 

49 

Frinsep — James 

7&11 

46 & 74 

Badha Kant — Sir Baja — Bahadur ........ 

3 

12 

Bemfry — John 

4 

24 

Boberts — General Lord 

11 

70 

Robinson — Major-General Daniel George ....... 

6 

41 

Roxburgh — W. . • 

18 

8-5 

Schwendler — Carl Louis 

17 

84 

Souttar — William Meares 

3 

15 

Stoliczka — Ferdinand 

7 

53 

Sutcliffe— James 

5 

27 

Tagore — Dwarka Nath 

6 

35 

Tagore — Hon’ble Proeunno Coomar „ 

3 & 5 

13 &29 

Tagore — Maharaja Rama Nath 

2 

5 

Tawney— Charles Henry 

5 

30 

Venables — Edward P. 

3 

19 

Victoria— Her Majesty — Empress of India 

4 & 9 

25 &64 

Vidiasagara — Pandit Iswar Chandra 

16 

78 

Wallieh— Nathaniel 

20 

89 

Wellesley — Marqnis 

1 

1 

Wilson — Horaoe H. 

7 

45 

Wilson — The Bight Hon’ble James 

3 

14 

Woodrow — Henry 

% 

5 

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LIST OF STATUES, MONUMENTS AND BUSTS IN CALCUTTA 


HISTORICAL INTEREST. 



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J8T OP STATUE8, MONUMENTS XND BUSTS OF HISTORICAL INTEREST IN CALCUTTA. 


1 


* -t 


Where situated. 


Description of monument. 


Inscription on monument. 


Gover nmen t 
House. 


Ditto 

!ftwn Hall 
Ditto 


Ditto 


Full-sized marble figure on 
a white marble pedestal. 


Marble busts (12)* 

Full-sized marble statue on 
a marble pedestal. 

Full-sized statue on marble 
pedestal over marble plat- 
form with steps. 


Full-sized marble statue 
in sitting posture on a 
marble blook. 


Marquis Wellesley, Governor-General of India, from 
1798 to 1805. Erected by the British inhabitants 
of Bengal in testimony of their high sense of the 
wisdom, energy and rectitude of his administration. 


To the Eight Hon’ble Warren Hastings, MDCOOXXX. 

In honour of the Most Noble Marquis Cornwallis, 
k.g., Governor-General of India, from September 
MDCCLXXXVI to October MDCCXCIII, who, by 
an administration uniformly conducted on the prin- 
ciples of wisdom, equity and sound policy, improved 
the internal resources of the country, promoted the 
happiness of its inhabitants, conciliated the friend- 
ship of the native powers, confirmed the attachment 
of the allies of the Company, and established the 
reputation of the British name in Hindustan for good 
faith and moderation by fixing in perpetuity the 
public demand for the landed revenue. He gave to 
the proprietors of the soil for the first time a perma- 
nent interest in it, and by the formation of a code of 
regulations for every department of the Government, 
he bestowed on the natives of India the benefit of a 
constitution and a seourity before unknown in the 
enjoyment of their rights and property. Forced into 
a war by the unprovoked aggression of Tippoo 
Sultan, his eminent military talents in the oonduot 
of it were nolesB conspicuous than his moderation in 
victory. As a lasting memorial of these important 
services, and as a testimony of their respect and 
esteem for a Governor-General under whose adminis- 
tration public spirit was enoouraged and merit liber- 
ally rewarded, this statue was erected by the British 
inhabitants of Bengal, A.D. MDCCC1H. 

(North face.) Mahfiraj/\ Ram£ Nath Tagore Bahadur, 
c.s i. Born Oofcober 26, 1801. Died June 10, 1877. 

(West face. 1 * Mah&raja Ram& N&th Tagore Bahadur, 
c. 8 . 1 . Born October 26, 1801. Died June 10, 1877. 

Erected by his fellow citizens as a mark of their esteem 
for his private virtues and of their gratitude for his 
public services. 

(East face.) 

jmsfs? mm tobp, ft, 

WlHIM 

wWltel e *nrhnr ^ 

«rfti &s i 

Wgfa— J Tt*l I 

mi I 


* These baste are said to be those of twetro Caesars of R^me seized from a French Man-of-W&r in the Indian Ocean in the beginning of the 
Nineteenth cantor y. 







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*4 

£ 


Where situated. f 


Description of monumeiiti 


Inscription on monument A 


Town Hall — contd. 


10 

11 

12 

13 

14 


Ditto 


Ditto 


Ditto 


Marble bust on marble 
pilaster. 


Marble bust, on marble 
column, oi Babu Bam 
Gopal Ghosh. 

Marble bust on marble 
column. 


Marble bust 
pilaster. 


on marble 


15 


1 itto 
Ditto 
Ditto 

Ditto 

Ditto 


Ditto 


Marble bust on a marble 
column. 

Ditto 


Marble bust on marble 
pillar. 


Ditto* 


Marble bust on a sheet-iron 
hollow cylinder. 


Marble bust on a marble 
column. 


John PalmexyEsq.^ (#, Calcutta, Merchant, second son 
of the late Iieutenant-Genend William Palmer, 
Bom 8th of October 1767 ; died 22nd January 1836, 
To superior talent be United a mind Mfell cultivated 
and richly stoned, with a heart susceptible of every 
generous and benevolent impulse, ready at all times 
to sympathize in the sorrows and sufferings of his 
fellow-creatures. To the poor and the afflicted his 
counsel, when required, was prompt, and his hand 
ever open in the hour of their need. The vicissitudes 
and trials of life, which it was his lot to experience 
in their severest forms, her bore with equanimity and 
fortitude, and he lived in the respect and affection of 
a numerous circle of friends, European and Native, 
who, rightly appreciating his worth and deeply 
sorrowing for his loss, have caused this monument to 
to be erected to his memory. Requieecat in pace . 

Nil. 


Erected to the memory of Peary Chand Mittra by his 
European and Native friends and admirera Bom 
22nd Jnly 1814 ; died 23rd November 1883. 

Charles Beckett Greenlaw, Esq., Secretary to the 
Marine Board. This bust has been erected by the 
community of British India in token of the devoted 
enthusiasm and untiring energy with which, for 
twenty years, against the most disheartening difficul- 
ties, he ably, zealously and perseveringly advocated 
the cause of steam communication, and finally secured 
its establishment, 1845. 

t 

Sir Henry Leland Harrison, Kt., Bengal Civil Service 
Died 5th May 1892; aged 65 years. 

To Major-General Sir William Casement, k c.b,, by his 
friends, 1847. 

Erected to the memory of Raja Sir Radha Kant 
Bahadur, k.c.s.i., by his countrymen and fellow 
citizens. Bom 10th March 17b3; died 19th April 
1867. 

Erected to the memory of the late Hon’ble Prossunno 
Coomar Tagore, c.s.i., by his countrymen. Bom 
1801. Died 1868. 


Colonel Sir Proby Thomas Cautley, k.c.b., Bengal 
Artillery. To commemorate the completion of a 
great public work, to preserve the features ^ 
author in the land enriched by his labours, this bust 
was erected by men of various races united in admira- 
tion of the genius which conceived, and the skill 
which executed, the Ganges Canal. MDCCCLlY • 

Erected to the memory of William Mearea Soultar, 
B.c.8., Chairman of the Corporation of Calcutta from 
16th November 1878 to the time of his death, by the 
members and officers of the Corporation. Bom 21st 
January 1844; died 18th December 1881. 


See alio No, 2&. 




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Serial num< 


^ 'Where situated. Description of monument. 

2 



26 Senate House ... A white marble bust on a Henry Woodrow, formerly. Fellow, Oaius College, 

marble pedestal." Cambridge. Fellow Of the University of Calcutta. 

Six years Prinoipal of La Martinidre. Upwards of 
20 years Inspector of Bobools, and latterly Director of 
Publio Instruction in Bengal. This bust is erected, 
in affectionate remembrance, hy desire of his native 
’ friends from funds chiefly contributed by them, to 
perpetuate his memory, and in recognition of his 
worth, and his devotion to the cause of education in 
India. In addition to this memorial a scholarship 
has been founded to be called “ the Woodrow Scholar* 
ship.” He was born at Norwich, July 1823, and 
died at Darjeeling, October 1876. 


27 Ditto 


Ditto ... To James Sutcliffe, m.a. Formerly of - St. John’s 

College, Cambridge ; for upwards of 21 years Princi- 
pal of the Presidency College, Calcutta ; for 12 years 
Begistrar of the Calcutta University of which he was 
a Fellow, and for two years Director of Publio 
Instruction in Bengal This bust was erected by his 
pupils and friends in India who retain a grateful 
0 recollection of his unvarying ' diligence and k ind n ess. 
He was born September 27th, 1824. He died July 
29th, 1878. 

« 

A white marble bust on Sir Cecil Beadoo, k.os-i*, Fellow of the University of 
a black marble column Calcutta, Lieutenant- Q ovemor of Bengal from April 

which stands on a marble 1862 to April 1867, Bom 22nd December 1816, 

base. Died 18th July 1880. 


A white marble full- 
sized figure sitting in a 
chair on a red granite 
pedestaLf 

A white marble bust on 
a marble base. 


The Hon’ble Prosnnno Coomar Tagore, o.s. 1 ., Founder 
of the Tagore Professorship of Law in the University 
of Calcutta. Bom 2lst December 1801. Died 30th 
August 1868. 

To Charles Henry Tawney, c.t.b., h.a., formerly Fellow 
of Trinity College, Cambridge, late Fellow of the 
University of Calcutta, and now Librarian of the 
India Office, London, who, during his career of 28 
years in India, rendered conspicuous services to educa- 
tion, as Professor and Prinoipal of the Presidency 
College, Calcutta ; as Director of Publio Instruction 
in Bengal, and for eight years as Begistrar of the 
Calcutta University. 

This bust has been erected by his pupils and friends in 
India, who retain a grateful recollection of his un- 
varying kindness, and a profound respect for the wide 
range of his learning, and for his special erudition in 
the classical literature, alike of Europe and of India 

January 1895. 


A white bust on blue Baja Bajendra Lall Mitter, an. 
granite oolumn, which Doctor of Laws, 

stands on a blue granite Bom 1824. 

pedestal. Died 1891. 



Marble tablet inserted in 
the wall. 


This tablet is erected hy the Mahomedan friends 
and admirers of Caulfield Aylmer Martin, 

(Dublin), Inspector of Schools and Director of Public 
Instruction, Bengal, from 1864 to 1899 to comme- 
morate his eminent services to the cause of educa- 
tion in Bengal. 


* In the entrance hall 
t bee abo No. 13. 







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J& 


Whore situated. 


Description of monument. 


33 


34 


35 


36 


37 


38 


39 


40 


41 


42 


43 


44 


Imperial Secre- 
tariat 


Metcalfe Hall 


Ditto 


Ditto 


Metcalfe Hall, 
ground floor 
ball, west wall. 


No. 4, Belvedere 
Bood, Alipore, 
occupied by Agri-| 
Hortioolt ur al 
Society of India.j 
High Court 


Court of Small 
Causes. 


Presidency 

lege. 


' Ditto 


Col 


Ditto 


Ditto 


Marble bust on a marble 
column. 


Two full-sized blaok stone 
busts of Lord Metcalfe. 

Pull-sized white marble 
bust on a marble colour- 
ed column with small 
footing.* 

Pull-sized marble bust on 
a marble column with 
ornamental footing. 

Marble tablet of John 
Mnofarlane inserted in 
the west wall. 


Full-sized marble bust on 
a marble column with 
ornamental footing. 


Full-sized marble statue, 
in sitting posture, on a 
raised masonry pedestal. 


Marble bust on marble 
pedestal. 


A white marble bust 
marble pedestal. 


on 


A marble tablet inserted 
in the wall. 


Ditto 


Ditto 


Inscription on monument. 


General Sir William Erskine Baker, k. c. b., r. *. f 
(late^ Bengal Engineers). First Secretary in the 
Public Works Department of the Government of 
India, 1855 to 1859. 

Nil. 


Lord Metcalfe, 1846. 


Dwarka Nath Tagore, from his fellow-citizens of 
Calcutta; January 1842. 


The memory of John Macfarlane, first Librarian of the 
Imperial Library, Calcutta, 1901—1906. Born at 
Merevale, Warwickshire, April 28th 1»66, died in 
Ltndou Deoember 5th, 1906. This tablet erected 
by his friends both in England and India as a token 
of their tsteem and affection. 

William Carey, n. n., founder of the Agricul- 
tural and Horticultural Society of India, 1820. 


To Sir Edward Hyde, Baronet, Chief Justice of the 
Supreme Court, Bengal. A p rincipal founder of 
the Hindu College for promoting liberal education 
in India. The native inhabitant- of Calcutta caused 
this statue to he raised, A. D. 1821. 

Hnru Chunder Ghose. Born 1808. Died 1868. For 
15 years one of the Judges of the Court of Small 
Causes, Calcutta. 

Erected to the memory of Babu Bam Chunder 
Mitter by members and well-wishers of the Bethune 
Society, in recognition of the untiring zeal with 
wnioh he, for 25 years, laboured in the cause of 
the Society. Born 1814 ; died 1874. 

In memory of Hugh William McCann, m. a., d. so., 
Professor of Mathematics in this College, born 5th 
January 1853. Died 21st June 1884. This tablet is 
erected by his follow professors and pupils as a memo- 
rial of his kindly disposition, high attainments and 
devotion to his work and in token of their regret 
at his untimely death. 

This tablet is erected by the pupils of the late John 
Howard Gilliland, b. a., (Cantab.), Professor of Mathe- 
matics and Physical Science and sometime officiating 
Principal of this College to comme norate his kindly 
disposition towards his pupils and his eminent aer vicos 
to education in Bengal. Born 20th July 1854. 
Died 14th September 1899. 

Erected to commemorate the liberality and public spirit 
of the donors whose names are recorded below who 
mainly contributed to the founding of the Hindu 
College now represented by the Hindu School and 
Presidency College. 

His Highness Maharaja of Burd wan. 

Babu Gupi Mohan Tagore, Babu Joy Essen Singh, 
Baja Gopi Mohan Deb, Babu Gunga Naraiu Dass. 


* The bast removed, to Indian Museum. The column lying here. 





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Where situated. 

Deacribtion of monument. 

Presidency Col- 
lege — cone Id. 

A marble tablet inserted 
in the wall. 

Ditto 

DlttO eee 

Medical College 

A white marble bust on 
marble pedestal. 

Telegraph Offioe 

Marble bust on a marble 
ooiumn. 

Telegraph Offioe 
vestibule. 

Marble tablet inserted in 
the wall. 

Asiatio Society’* 
i Coo ms. 

Ditto 

Marble bust 

Ditto 

Ditto 

Ditto 

Ditto ... 

Ditto 

Ditto 

Ditto 

Ditto 

Ditto 

Ditto 

Ditto 

Ditto 

Ditto 

Ditto 

Ditto 

Ditto 

Ditto 

Ditto 

Ditto 

Ditto 

Two small relief busts in 
bronxe of Sir George 
King, k .<%!.*., r a s M and 
D. 1). Cunningham, c.i.b., 
FR9 n mounted on black 
wood panel. 


8 

S3 

a 

~S 

c. 

a 


Inscription on monument. 


45 


46 


47 


48 


49 


50 

61 

52 

58 

54 

55 
66 
67 
58 
69 
60 

61 


In memory of Henry Scott Smith, Bachelor of Altt 
of Trinity College, Dublin, Fellow and Registrar mn 
the Calcutta University. Died 26th Jane 1864. “ — 
who esteemed his worth hare raised this tablet. 


In grateful remembranoe of the late John x 
Lyall, Esq., Advocate-General. The sealons 
of the natives and the first gratuitous lecturer on juris*' 
prudence in this hall ; this tablet is ereoted by the 
law students of the Hindu College, 1845. .? 

Edward Goodeve, m.b., London, Deputy In sp e c t o r* 
Gemral of Hospitals and Honorary Physician ? 
the Queen. From 1819 to 1864, suooenrivaly 1W 
fessor of Materia Medics, Midwifery and Madkfa|a»; 
Secretary io College and to the Council of E da- 
cation. Ereoted by friends and pupils. 


Denial George Kohinson, M a j or "General, Bopl 
Engineers. Born 8th March 1826. Died _ 
July 1877. For 12 years Director-General of 
T< legrapha of India. In affectionate remembeagi 
this bust was subscribed for by upwards 0# 
members of the Department. 

This Tablet> ereoted to the memory of W. B. Mel- 
ville, Eeqr., Superintendent of Telegraphs, AttMtf 
Division, and of Signaller James O f Brian, who fUiL_ 
murdered at Myankhoug, Manipur, in March 1891, > 


Their remains are interred at Myankhong. 
Sir William Jones. 

Henry T. Colebrooke. 

Horace H. Wilson. 

James Prinsep.* 

W. N Mill. 

B. H. Hodgson. 

H. T. Prinsep. 

Hugh Falconer. 

Thomas Oldham. 

Henry Blochmann. 

Ferdinand Stolioska. 




Above Busts. 

“ PAR NOBILE FRATRUM** 
Below Busts. 

Present© 1 by the subscribers to the King and 
Cunningham Memorial Fund, June 190L 


31 . 






62 GemnlPort 


Office 


IlMk Mmt HiMt 

with jut Iran mUngand 
dwarf wall « terse «dw 
and a marble tabid with 
iuvipiiM* 


Omni Port 
Otteo, Bod 
Indian Bail way 
office aadbnU& 

than alone 
Oharnoek Flam 
and Paid* 
Place. 


White marble tahlata indi- 
cating the oite of Old Pori 
WOW 


Ehn nnUtMMNat balow thia mot waa plaood ham 
by Lord Oumoa, Tmnoj and u own o o« 0 o n a m l of 
Into, to mark tho rite of tho pdaon in Old Pert 
William known aa tho Black Hole, in which 146 
British inhabitants of Calcutta warn oaninad on tho 
night of tho 90th Jana 1766, and from which only 
93 oamo out elm. 


Tho pavement marks (to exert broodth of tho arisen 
14 loot 10 iaahoo, hot not ito fnU length, 18 foot 
’ aboat one third of tho area at tho north ari bring 
oototodby tho boOding on which thio tablat ia tarn. 

Bohiad tho gateway immodiatriy adjoining thia mat 
la tho rite of tho Black Bote petaon in Old Phot 
William.* 

Tho hraaa linoa in tho adjaoant atofo and fanwri 
mark tho porition and extant of part of tho tooth oaat 
boatiott of Old Poet William, Too extreme aoatb aaat 
point being 96 feat torn thia wall.* 


Sixteen fori behind this wall was tho oatraam at tha 
aaat galoot Old Port WilHam thxongh white tho 
of t^oM who firfriol ia tha Uak Hdf aat 
brought and thrown into tho ditch of tho anb on 
tho 9lat June 1766.t j 

To tho wort of tbb tablet extended tho nmgo of bnfld* 
IngoooUod tho “Long Bow” whteh oontalnod tbo 
lodgings of tbo Company*# wiritea and divi de d tbo (Ad 
Port into two ocouont.1 


Tbo team lino in tho atom on tho a^aimt ground morko 
tbo poaition and extent of port of thia north oaat 
hoatfeaofOld Port William, f 

Tho bmaa hnaa in tbo atom on tha adjomat geomd 

< mark tea porition and Pate nt of tbo mnHoimhm of 
tbo wool curtain of Old Port William noar whan it 
waa mat by tha " Long Bow”! 

Tbo brmm linoa in the atom on tho adjncaot ground 
mark tha porition and axtant of a portion of tho north 
wall of tho factory, tee principal building in the c o nt ra 
of Old Port William .A 

Tho braaa lino in tho atone on tho odjooont ground 
mark tea porition and extant of tho couth curtain of 
Old Port William.** 


Bolwall Monu- 
ment situated 
at tho mrth- 

Dalhonoio 


White 

white 


marble padootall 
I in iron ports and i 


coat h-woot 
earner ef 

Writers’ Baild- 
ingo. 


Wmt ToUet. 

This mooumont w created in 1909 by Lord Canon, 
Qovornor-Oemnl, India, upon this at* and in re- 
production of too daaiga of tee original ■ ca rn al a» to 
the memory of 193 pareopa who perished in the 

WdPo. 


Bteck Hate prism of (Ad Port William «• tho night 
tho 90th Jam 1 756. 

Tho forme monument mo raised by their surviving 
fellow autocar 3. Z. Bolwall, Governor of Port 
WiUmm. on tho mot whore the bodies of the dead hod 
bom thro wn into the diteh ef tho taveBa. It was 
reawred in 1821. 


•OtUtOMOCu 


t OattoOMrnto. 

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*»n rmonri. 






Where situated. 


Description of monument. 


Inscription on monument. 


64 Holwell Monu- White marble obelisk on 
znent situated white marble pedestal 
at the north- enclosed in iron posts and 
west corner of chains — concluded. 

Da lh o u s i e 
Square and 

south* west 
corner of 

Writers 1 Build- 
ings — concluded. 


66 Maidan, south of The Oobterlony Monument, 
Oohte rloney a fluted column about 12 
Road. feet in diameter and 152 

feet in height. The 
upper part of the column 
is said to be taken from 
one in Syria ; to this is 
added a base which is of 
an Egyptian type and 
the Dome on the top is 
Turkish. 


South- Went lablet , 

To the memory of Richard Bishop, Francis Hayer, 
Colin Simpson, John Bellamy William Soott, Henry 
Hastings, Charles Wedderbum, William Bembleton, 
Bernard Abraham, William Casleought, Jacob Blease, 
Henry Hunt, Richard Osborne, Peter Carey, Thomas 
Beach, Francis Stevenson, James Carey, James Partor, 
William Parker and Eleanor Watson. Messrs. 
Cockes, Bendall, Wilkinson, Jennings, Reed, Barnet, 
Frere Wilson, Berton Hellier, Telly and Alsop who 
perished in the Black Hole prison. 

South Tablet . 

In memory of Peter Smith, Thos. Blagg, John 
Francis Pickard, John Pickering, Michael Callings, 
Thomas Bost, Raipa Thorsby, Charles Smith, Robert 
Wilkinson, Henry Stupford, William Stopford, 
Thomas Purnell, Robert Tabbat, William Tick Combe, 
Daniel Macpberson, John Johnson and Messrs. Whitty 
Surmon, Bruce Montrong and Janniks who died 
during the siege of Calcutta. 

* East Tablet . 

i The names of those who perished in the Blade Prison 

I inscribed upon the reverse side of this monument are 
in excess of the list recorded by Governor Holwell 
upon the original monument. The additional names 
and the Christian names of the remainder have been 
recovered from oblivion by reference to contemporary 
documents. 

North Tablet . 

| The names inscribed on the tablet on the reverse side of 
this are names of those persons who are known to have 
been killed or to have died of their wounds during the 
siege of Calcutta in June 1756 and who either did not 
survive to enter the Black Hole prison or afterwards 
succumbed to its effects. 

North-WeU Tablet . 

In memory of Edwards Eyre, William Barlles, Revd. 
Jarvas Bellamy, John Jenks, Roger Renelly, John 
Curse, John Saw, Thomas Colls, James Vallioent, 
John Jibbs, Richard Toraano, Edward Page, Stephen 
Page, J ohn Street, Aylmer Harrod, Patrie Johnstone, 
George Ballad, Nathan Drake, William Knapton, 
Frames Garting, Robert Byng, John Dadd, Stair 
Dabyinple, David Clayton, John Buchanan and 
Lawrence Witherinton who perished in the Black 
Hole prison. 

Sir David Ochterlony, Baronet, Grand Cross of the 
Military Order of the Bath, Major-General in the 
Army of Bengal. Died at Meerut ou the 15th of 
July 1825. The people of India, Native and Euro- 
pean, to commemorate his services as a statesman and 
a soldier, have, in grateful admiration, raised Gui 
oolumn. 








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Where situated* I Description of monument. 


Inscription on monument. 


66 Maidan, south of Pedestrian statue ... To William Cavendish Bentinok, who, during seven 
Town Hall* years, ruled India with eminent prudence, integrity 

and benevolence ; who, placed at the head ol a great 
Empire, never laid aside the simplicity and moderation 
of a private oitizen ; who infused into oriental despo- 
tism the spirit of British freedom ; who never forgot 
that the end of government is the welfare of the 
governed ; who abolished cruel rites ; who effaced 
humilating distinctions; who allowed liberty to the 
expression of public opinion ; whose constant study it 
was to elevate the moral and intellectual character of 
the nation committed to his charge. This monument 
was erected by men who, differing from each other in 
race, in manners, in language, and in religion, cherish 
with equal veneration and gratitude the memory of 
his wise, upright and paternal administration. Cal- 
cutta, 4th February 1835. 


67 Maidan, north of Ditto 

Eden Garden. 


68 Maidan, south- Ditto 

west of Eden 
Garden. 

69 Maidan, south- Equestrian statue 

east of Govern- 
ment House. 


70 Maidan, west of Ditto * 

Park Street. 


71 Maidan, south of Pedestrian statue 
Government 
House. 1 


... To Georgh, Earl of Auokland, Governor-General of 
India This Btatue was erected by men, of whom 
B ( )me were the instruments of his Goverment, of whom 
many knew that Government only through its benign 
effects, all of whom agreed in the affectionate desire 
to perpetuate the memory of the six years during 
whioh he ruled the destinies of British India ; for this 
just reason that throughout the whole course of those 
years, he laboured earnestly and unremittingly to make 
security from rapine and oppression, freedom of in- 
ternal trade, the medical sciences of Europe, justioe 
whioh is blind to distinctions of race, the English 
language, and the moral and intellectual affluence 
which it opens, a common and perpetual inheritance to 
all the nations who inhabit this Empire ; 1818. 

... Sir William Peel, v.c., k.c.b., Commander of Naval 
Brigade in the war of the Indian Mutiny. Bora 4th 
November 1824. Died at Cawnpore, 27th April 1858. 

... This statue was erected by the inhabitants of British 
I India, of various races and creeds, to Henry Viscount 
Hardinge in grateful commemoration of a Governor 
who, trained in war, sought, by the arts of peace, to 
elevate and improve the various nations committed to 
his charge, and when recalled to arms by unprovoke i 
invasion at Moodkee, Feroshuhur and Sobraon, main- 
tained the reputation whioh in youth he won by turn- 
ing the tide of victory at Albuera. 

... Sir James Outram, Lieutenant-General, g c.b., &c., 
I Baronet. His life was given to India. In early 
maphood he reclaimed wild races by winning their 
hearts. Ghasni, Kelat, the Indian Caucasus witnessed 
the daring deeds of his prime ; Persia brought to sue 
for peace ; Lucknow relieved, defended and recovered, 
were fields of his later glories. Faithful servant of 
England! Large-minded and kindly ruler of her 
subjects ! In all the true Knight ! “ The Bayard of 
the East.” Born 29th January 1803. Tied 11th 
March 18G3. 

... (On the North face.) John Lawrence. (On the East 
face ) Born 1811, Died 1879. (On the West face.) 
j Viceroy of India, 1864 — 1869. 


* See also No, 20. 




Serial num-i 


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Where situated. 


Description of monument. 


Inscription 


72 


Maidan, south of 
Gove rnment 
House. 


A bronze seated figure on 
a green marble pedestal 
(Victoria, Empress of 
India).* 


on monument. 


Nil 


73 


Maidan, Mayo 
Road. 


Equestrian 


To the honoured and beloved memory of Richard 
Southwell 6th Earl of Mayo, kvp., g.m.8.i., Viceroy 
^ and Governor-General of India ; humane, courteous, 
resolute, and enlightened, struck down, in the midst 
of a patriotic and benefioient career, on the 8th Febru- 
ary 1872, by the treacherous hand of an assassin. 
The people of India, mourning and indignant, raise 
this statue. Bom 2 1st February 1822, assumed the 
Viceroy alty, 12th January 1869. 


74 


Maidan, south 
of High Court. 


Pedestrian statue. 


(On the North side.) Thomas George, Earl of North- 
brook, Viceroy and Governor-General of India, 

1872 — 1876* Erected by publio subscription. 


(East face) 

«OT, ' 3 Tf$, 

(South face) 

‘*- **?. ol J,l * ^15 

O (Ayf Ai- ‘ OJu» JjA*. jjjjf j *0*1 

* !>* ft* l a»1 AX-* 


75 


Maidan, south- 
west of Govern- 
ment House. 


Equestrian statue 


(West face) 

•§Nr mtm ^ 

JTTWH yfdpjfa* 3 ^ 130 3 «l»dl ? | 

yfdaifadr i 

Charles John, Earl Canning, k,g., g.c.s.i., Governor- 
General and 1st Viceroy of India, 1856 — 1862. Bom 
14th December 1812. Died 17th June 1862. 


76 


Maidan, east of 
Prinsep’s Ghat. 


Ditto 


Napier of Magdalla. 


Frederick Temple, Marquis of Dufferin and Ava, 
Viceroy aud Governor-General of India, 1884—1888. 

(North face.) General Lord Roberts, v.c.,* g.c.b.,* 
g.c s.i.,* g c.x e ,* Commander-in-Cbief of Her Majes- 
ty’s Forces** in India* Nov. MDCCCL XXXV to 
April MDCCCXCIII, Field Maishal MDCCCXCV. 
(South face ) Kabul to Kandahar, Delhi, Lucknow, 
Agra, Khodagunge, Umbeyhv Abyssinia, 1867; 
Lushai, Afghanistan, 1878 to 1880 ; Peiwar Kotal, 
Shutar Gardan, Oharasiah, Sherpur. l now bid 
farewell to the army of this country, both British 
j and Native.” 


emporarily erected on tbia site. March 1 & 02 , 
Medals. 


77 


78 


Maidan, south of 
Red Road, 

Maidan, west of 
Red Road. 


Pedestrian statue 
Equestrian statue 


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Where situated. 

Description of monument j 

Inscription on monument. 


79 


Maidan, east of 
Bed Boad. 


Equestrian statue 


.. The Marquis of Lansdowne, Viceroy and Governor- 
General of India, November 1888 to Deoember 1893. 


80 


Maidan, south-east 
of High Court. 


Stone fountain 


81 


Maidan, between 
Strand and 
Napier Roads 


A masonry ghat* 


In memory of William Fraser MaoDonell, v.c., of the 
Bengal Civil Service* from 1850 — 1886 and Puisne 
Judge of the High Court, Calcutta, from 1874 — 1886 
who during the Indian Mutiny, in Shahabad district 
wod, by his personal bravery in aotion, the highest 
distinction which his Sovereign could bestow, and 
throughout his long service and career gained by his 
manly rectitude and kindly disposition the respect and 
affection of those who knew him setting always an 
honorable example to his colleagues and his country- 
men. 

Erected by his friends after his death at Cheltenham on 
July 31st 1894. 

Erected to the honour of James Prinsep by his fellow 
citizens. 


82 


Maidan, east of 
Gove r n mo n t 
House. 


A Jeypur marble fountain 


(West face.) Iu memory of Demetrius Panioty, c.i.b, t 
Assistant Private Secretary to the Viceroy, who 
died at Simla, July 17th, 1895. 

(East face.) This fountain was erected as a tribute to 
faithful and assiduous service, extending over a period 
of 42 years, by the Viceroy and Private Secretaries 
who gratefully remember it, A D. 1898. 

(Over west side srch.) A good name is rather to be 
chosen than great riches. 


83 


On the east bank 
of river Hooghly] 
and south of 
< , water gate of 
Fort William. 


Gwalior monument, a 
bronze ohatri or pavi- 
lion on a high marble 
base. 


Erected to the memory of the undermentioned Officers 
Non-Commissioned Officers and Soldiers of Her Majes- 
ty’s and the Hon’tle Company’s Service, who fell in 
the victorious actions of Jf oharajpore and Punniar, on 
the 20th December 1843. 


Head Quarter Staff. 


Major-General C. H. Churchill, o.b , 
Lieutenant-Colonel E. Sanders, c.b. 

2nd Troop , 2nd Brigade , H. A, 

Bombardier John Casebow. 

Rough-rider John Bromley. 

Havildar Sheikh Ram Jan. 

Private Gunga Deen. 

Syce Khoda Bux. 

,, Peer Baccus. 


3rd Troops 2nd Brigade , U. A . 
Syce Bownanny Deen. 


2nd Troop , 3rd Brigade , H, A , 

Bombardier Thomas Davis. 

Farrier John Haughton. 

Trumpeter James Howard. 

Gunner John Lamb. 


*3ee ec ft 0.53. 




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Description of monument. 


Inscription on monvmaat: ’ 


3rd Troop, 3rd Brigade, If. A. 


On the east bank 
of river Hooghly 
and Bouth of 
water gate of 
Fort WUliam" 
conid . 


Gunner James Myers. 

E. M.*e 16th Segment, Lancers, 

Private Aaron Williams. 

„ James Watson. 

„ Jesse Lorimer. 

1st Regiment of Light Cavalry . 

Major G. B. Crommelin, an. 

Trooper Twangerally. 

„ Kootab Khan. 


hth Regiment of Light Cavalry. 

Snbadar Major Joadah Singh. 

Trooper Sallegram Singh. 


8th Regiment of Light Camelry. 

Trooper Bowanny Singh. 

Keshnah Singh. 

10th Regiment of Light Cavalry . 
Trdoper Dabee Singh. 

„ Meer Kurreem Hosein. 

,, Meer Hosein Alee. 

„ Roshun Khan. 

„ Wizzier Khan. 

„ Emamoody Khan. 

hth Irregular Cavalry. 


Nagarchie Khodabux Khan. 

Sowar Akbar Ally. 

let Company , let Battalion of Artillery . 

Sergeant William Loftus. 

Gunner Edward Elliot. 


hth Company , hth Battalion of Artillery . 
First lieutenant H. S. Leaths. 


let Company , Artillery , Scindia’e Contingent . 
Driver Bullie Ram. 


H. M?e 3rd Regiment of Foot, Biff*. 

Captain Donald Stuart. 

„ Richard Magrath. 

Color-Sergeant John Devory. 

„ Henry EboralL 

„ Jacob Wheeler. 

Sergeant Michael Mannion. 

Private Thomas Allen. 





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Desoriptiotf of monument. 

Inscription on monnment. 




jff. Jf.a’ 3rd Regiment of Foot, Buff* — conoid. 


On the east bank 


Private Thomas Bailv. 


of river Hooghly 


99 

Joseph Britton. 


and south of 


99 

Thomas Clar e. 


water gate of 


99 

James Griggs. 


Fort William — 


99 

Benjamin Lockwood. 


contd. 


99 

William Petworth. 



- 

99 

Francis Quiton. 





Edward Simmons. 




99 

Private James Thorne. 





Andrew Travers. 




99 

Thomas W. Wood. 





H. M. 9 * 39th Regiment of Foot. 




Ensign 

Theodore D. Bray. 



• 

Sergeant Cornelius 0 Brien 




99 

Humphrey Wren. 




Corporal George Patterson. 




Drummer Patriok Dogherty. 




Private Boad Baines. 




99 

James Barter. 




99 

Richard Benfield. ! 




99 

Robert D. Beswick. 




99 

Michael Burke. 




99 

Henry Clench. ; 




99 

Jeremiah Cole. 




99 

John Connor. 1 




99 

Thomas Conroy. j 




99 

Patriok Conway. ’ 




99 

Joseph Dal by. ; 




99 

David Dougherty. ' 




99 

John Epalett. * 




99 

David Hamigan. 




99 

Edward Hardiman. 




99 

Matthew Harper. 




99 

John Hartigan. 




99 

William Henderson. 




99 

Patrick Higgins. 




9y 

David Jackson. 




99 

William Jones. 




99 

Thomas Kerwick. 




99 

Terence McCabe. 





Matthew McClain. 




99 

Michael McColgan. 




99 

John MeCudden. 




9} 

Thomas Moore. 




99 

Edward MorrhelL 




99 

Daniel Moriatty. 




99 

Michael Murphy. 




99 

J ames Price. 





William Robbins. 




99 

Henry Senior. 




|f 

Thomas Stanton. 




99 

Keron Troy. 




99 

Henry Wellings. 


m 



H. M.’s UOlh Regiment of Foot. 




Sergeant Edward Hatch. 




Corporal John Wilding. 




fi 

Edward Sherlock. 




N 

William Roddan. 




Drummer Robert Wallace. 




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Where situated. 

i 

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Description of monument. 

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Inscription on monument. 


On the east bank 
of river Hooghh 
and south of 
water gate of 
Fort William — • 
contd. 

- 

•• *»• ' 

r 

JET. if.’* 39th Regiment of Ibot — oondd. 

Private William Williams. 

„ Thomas McEvoy. 

„ Henry Plane. 

„ William Edney. 

„ James Patterson. 

„ Henry Philpott. 

„ James Mangan. 

„ Richard Brooks. 

„ Thomas Higgins. 

„ John Homer. 

„ William Monks. 

„ Henry Whiley. 

,, Charles Wicker. 

„ Samuel Bright* 

„ William Hockley. 

„ Henry Charles Thompson. 

„ Henry Murfin. 

„ Thomas Walton. 

„ John Bailey. 

,, Andrew Colquhoun. 

„ James Favien. 

„ Thomas Jordan. 

„ Thomas Prior. 

„ Hugh Parker. 

t, George Bessell. 

Colour-Sergeant Edward MoSherxy. 

Private William Bnmevin. 

„ Joseph Ulade. 

„ Henry Pudney. 

„ John Adamson. 

ff. M.'s 50th Queen’s Ovm Regiment of Foot. 

Captain G. G. McKenzie Cobban. 

Corporal J. Gay. 

Private James Norman. 

„ Patrick Bryan. 

„ Daniel Murphy. 

„ John Wallaoe. 

„ Thomas Carroll. 

„ Robert Thomas, 

„ John Ballantine. 

„ Thomas Fishlook. 

>, Thomas Monger. 

2nd Regiment of Native Infantry , 

Grenadiers. 

Naiok Sumshpar Khan. 

Drummer William Hottinger. 

Sepoy Meerza Rohimbeg. 

„ Ramjion Gnalla. 
h Suddeen Koormie 
„ Rampersand Panday. 

„ Heedaram Pandy. 

„ Shaik Baboorally. 

„ Bheek Sing. 

l&th Regiment of Native Infantry. 

Havildar Lall Singh. 




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Where situated* I Description of monument. 


Inscription on monument* 


14th Regiment of Native Infantry . — condd. 


Oft fixe east bank 
of river Hooghly 
and south of 
water gate of 
Port William — 
contd. 


Sepoy Bheekum Khan. 


16th Regiment of Native Infantry , 
Grenadier *. 

Lieutenant Charles Newton. 

Jemadar Khoosdal Sing. 

„ Adjoodeeah Sing. 

Naiok Qunsam Sing. 

„ Heera Bam. 

Musician Thomas McDonald. 

Sepoy Hunnoomaon Sing. 
w Bhojeram. 

„ Sowal Doobey. 

„ Daibeedoen SookaL 
„ Sirdar Sing. 

„ Gunga Pandy. 

„ Narain Tewarry. 

„ Jewahir Sing. 

„ Sirdar Khan. 

„ Madhoo Pandy. 

,, Koonjbeharree. 
n Dhan Sing. 

„ Beharee Tewarry. 

„ Sewlall Sing. 

„ Bamj an Khan. 

„ Heerah Sing. 

„ Chaidah Doobey. 

89th Regiment of Native Infantry . 

Havildar Beekaree Sing. 

Sepoy Kundhai Sing. 

„ Coosial Sing. 

„ Doorgah Sing. 

„ Deenah Sing. 

„ Bindah Pandy. 

„ Soobdhan Dooby. 

„ Davie Tewary. 

„ Radeb Sing. 

„ Dhaydeen Misser. 

J9 Duljeet Sing. 

„ Bussih Bam. 

„ Ramluggum Chouby. 

„ Bhowany Pereaud Tewary, 

„ Bamdial Misser. 

kird Regiment of Native Infantry . 

Naick Maun Sing. 

, y Bam Sing. 

„ Dookchore Misser. 

Sepoy Suuker Dooby. 
yy Surroot Sing. 

„ Meer Bakerally. 

56th Regiment of Native Infantry * 

Naick Eummust Sing. 

Doordutt Pandebu 






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Where situated. 


Hindu School ... 


Ditto ... 


Ditto 


College Square... 


Ditto 


Description on monument. 

Inscription of monument. 

Marble tablet inserted in 
the wall. 

This tablet is erected to the memory of — 

Gopal Krisfco Ghose, late student of this College, whose 
early attainments reflected credit upon himself, 
upon the Institution, and upon his countrymen ; who, 
having on two successive occasions eminently distin- 
guished himself in the annual examination of this 
College, was on the last deprived, by an untimely 
death, of the rewards that he merited, but for which 
this Tablet has been substituted by the Committee of 
Public Instruction as a mark of regret for his loss 
and of the desire to perpetuate the memory of his 
example. 


1841. 

Ditto 

To the memory of — 

Sarvesware Bhattacharya, b.a. Born 30th April 1854. 

Died 18th August 1895, A. D., at Iohapore. Fifth 
* Teacher of the Hindu Sohool, whose mild and genial 
disposition, untiring devotion to his work, and the 
very keen interest he took in the welfare of his pupils, 
won the love and gratitude of them all, and their 
deep regret at his untimely death. 


This Tablet is raised by bis pupils, Hindu School, 21st 
December 1895. 

Ditto ••• 

This tablet is erected by the students of the Hindu 
College in memory of Robert Henry Halford who 
for many years discharged within these walls the 
arduous and important duties of a Teacher. Died 
March, 11th 1848. “ I regard and have ever regarded 
the obligations of intellect among the most sacred of 
the claims of gratitude.” 

Coleridge. 

A white full-sized seated 
figure on a pedestal of 
marble. 

To the sacred memory of Pundit Iswar Chandra 
Vidyasagar, c.i.b., who from a pupil became the 
Principal of the Sanskrit College. * - 


This statue has been erected with subscription raised 
by the public as a token of their profound respect 
for his great virtues and a tribute to his eminent 
services to the oountry, as scholar, author, educa- 
tionist, reformer, and philanthropist. 

1 

He was born at Birsingha, Midnapore district, 26th 
September 1820 and died in Calcutta 28th July 
1891. 

Masonry monument 

This tomb erected by his native friends and pupils 
encloses the mortal remains of David Hare. He was 
a native of Scotland and came to this city in the 
year 1800 and died 1st June 1842, aged 07, after 
acquiring a competence by probity ani industry in 
his calling as a watch-maker, he adopted for his own 
the country of his sojourn and cheerfully devoted 
the remainder of his life with unwearying zeal and 
benevolence to one pervading and darling object on 
which he spared not personal trouble, money or 
influence, viz., the education and moral improvement 
of the natives ofJBengal, thousands of whom regarded 
him in life with filial love and reverence and lament 
him in death as their best and most disinterested 
friend who was to them even as a father. 




Where situated. Description of monument. 



94 B ethane College 


A white marble bust on a I. E. D, Bethune* 
pedestaL 


95 Dalhousie Square A white marble life-size The Hon’ble Sir Ashley Eden, K.osa., Lieutenant- 
Park, Calcutta, seated figure.* Governor of Bengal, 1877 1882. Erected by public 

facing the west subscription, 

portico ^ of 
Writer’s Build- 


Dalhousie Square 
Park, Calcutta, 
facing the east 
portico of 
Writers’ Build- 
ings, Calcutta. 


Dalhousie square 
Park, Calcutta 
facing central 
portico of 
Writers’ Build- 
ings, Calcutta. 


White marble life 
pedestrian statue. 


Equestrian statue ; a full- 
sized bronze statue on 
stone pedestal f 


south- Statue of the Maharaja of 

. I 


On the south- Statue of the 
west comer of Darbhanga. 
Dalhousie Square A white mai 
Park. seated figun 


A white marble life size 
seated figure. 


Sir 8tewart Colvin Bayley k.c.b. 1 ., cui.b. Commis- 
sioner of Patna Division, 1872-1877 ; Chief Commis- 
sioner, Assam, 1878-1881 ; Member of 8upreme Coun- 
cil. 1882-87 ; Lieutenant-Governor of BengaL 1887- 
1890. 

Erected by public subscription as a tribute of respect 
to a just and wise administrator whose generous 
sympathies endeared him to the people of BengaL 


Sir John Woodbura, k. 
of Bengal, 1898-1902. 
1902. 


c. s. i. Lieutenant-Governor 
Died Caloatta, 21st November 


Darbhanga. 

Bora 1858. Died 1898. 


99 Beadon Square 


100 Zoological Gar- Obelisk 
dens, Alipore. 


A full-sized marble figure R*j a Kali Krishna Bahadur, in token of respect and 
sitting on a chair on a admiration for his profound scholarship, Ins large- 

marble pedestal and base, hearted benevolence, and his devoted loyalty to tb# 

British Crown. . Born 1809. Died 1874, A. D. 

Trap 

Obelisk ... ... This obelisk was erected by pnblio subscription to the 

memory of Carl Louis Schwendler, who died 6th 
January 1882, and by whose energy and enterprise 
this Zoological Garden was established in 1876. 

The medallion of Carl Louis Schwendler was subscribed 
for by his fellow-countrymen in Calcutta, 1883. 


101 Royal Botanical Stone urn on circular stone Quisquis • ades * si* locus * suavitate . mentem • permul- 
Garden, Sibpur. pedestal under covered cet • ant ' admonet * ut * pie • sentias * de • deo • 
maso nry enclosure. habendus • in • honore * tibi * Roxburghius • horum 1 

hortorum * olim • prsefectus * vir * scientiae * botani- 
ces * laude * florens * idemque * amoenitatum * agres- 
tinm ' snmmus • artifex * conservat * dnerem * patria * 
hie ' viget • ingeninm * tu * fave • et ‘ perfruere * 
B-M.P.C. superstates * amici * A.D. MDCCCXXII. 


* Position changed from orponte central portico of WriterV Buildingi in Dalhon-ie Square to pnaan aitn. 
t Erected in 1907. 





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Where situated. 


Description of monument. 


Inscription on monument. 


Royal Botanical 
Garden, Sibpur. 


i 


Square marble pillar with 
ornamental marble cor- 
nice. 


William Griffith distinguished by the zeal and activity 
with which he imparted the knowledge he had hims elf 
acquired by personal investigation in the different 
provinces of British India, and in the neighbouring 
kingdoms from the banks of the Helmund and Oxus 
to the Straits of Malaoca where, in the capacity of 
Civil Assistant Surgeon he died 9th February 1845, 
in the 34th year of his age, and the 13th year of his 
public service in India. His early loss was deeply 
deplored by the head of the Government of India, 
and by the leading natural historians of his time. 
His large collections o! plants and MSS. were 
bequeathed to the Honorable the Court of Directors 
of the East India Company. 

Gulielmus Griffith, Yir. Magni. ingenii, acindustri®. 

Naturalibus. Scientiis. promovendis. 

Totus. inoumbens. plurimas. India© Britannic®, provin- 
cias. 

Nec. non. regiones. Burmanicas. Afghanistanicas. 
Bootanicas. Summo. Btudio. et. labore peragravit. 

Mishmeos, Kasyaos. Himalayaosque. 

Montes. Perlustravit. qu®. ipse, magna. diligentia. 

et solertia. cognoverat. Yoce. ao. soriptis. illastravit. 

Yiris. doctissimis. in honore, habitus, amiois. apprune 
Charus. Malaec® Medioi. civilis. officio» fungens. 

Obiit. die. 9. Feb. a.d. 1845 ®tatis. su®. 34. 


Ditto 


Square marble pillar with 
ornamental cornif 6, on 
stone pedestal. 


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Erected by his brother and a few private friends with 
the permission of Government. 

Malayan miscellanies. This stone is placed here to 
identify with the Hon’ble Company’s Botanic Gardens 
the recollection of Assistant Surgeon William Jaok, 
who with original genius at an early age contributed 
largely to a knowledge of the plants of the British 
possessions in the East. His Extensive MSS., histori- 
cal and botanical, were lost on board the ship Tame , 
which was burnt at Bea, February 3rd, 1824. Ho 
has left an imperishable name by his previous publican 
tions. The works to which they were contributed, 
and the groups of plants he discovered, described and 
elucidated, are hereon engraved. 


Linncean Transactions . — Glaphyria. Rhodamnia. Pter- 
nandra. Melastomace® i jrrbanthus. Sphalanthus 
Octas ccelopyium. Phaleiia. Rafflhesia. Nepenthes. 





Where situated. Description of monument. 


Inscription of monument. 


Harrison Road 
and east of 
Corn wallis 
Street — eoneld. 


Bast ride of No. 1 
Mission Row, 
over Main En- 
trance. 

111 In north pillar 

of gate on west 
ride tf 8, Mission 
Row. 

112 At south-west 

comer of Royal 
Exchange build- 
ing (No. 1, Clive 
Street). 

113 On the north 

ride of No. 7, 
Hastings Street, 
west of main 
entrance (Messrs. 
Bom & Co/s 
office). 

114 On the west side 

of No. 7 Church 
Lane. 

115 On the north side 

of Outram Insti- 
tute in Fort 
William, east 
of Main En- 
trance. 

116 Dum-Dum Can- j 
tonment. 


Marble tablet 


Ditto 


Ditto 


Ditto 


As Secretary to the British Indian Association, &s a 
member of the Municipal Corporation, as a journalist, 
and as a legislator, he brought to the service of bis 
country a cultivated understanding, great talents, 
untiring industry, and a lofty patriotism. This 
statue has been erected as a tribute to his memory 
by his grateful countrymen and many other admiring 
friends. * 

Here resided General Monson, Member of the Council 
of Warren Hastings, 1774-76. 


This is the house in which General Clevering, Member 
of the Council of Warren Hastings, died. 


... This building was the town hou.e of Sir Philip 
Francis, Member of Council, 1774-1780. Tradition 
says that this building occupies the site of a house in 
which Lord Clive once lived and from which Clive 
Street derives its name. 

... This building was the Town Residence of Warren 
Hastings, Governor-General of Fort William in 
Bengal, 1774-85. 


Cossipore on Rus- 
tomjee Par see’s 
Road. 

In St. John’s 
Church-yard. 


A tablet over the entrance 
door inside the porch of 
the house known as 
“ Dum-Dum House.” 

A tablet fixed in a masonry 
pillar in front of a build- 
ing owned by Babu Gopal 
Lsl Set. 

The Chamock mosoleum 
with the stables inside 
and those surrounding it. 


Here resided David Hare. Bom 1775, died 1842. 


This house was built for the Governor-General and was 
sometimes occupied by him. Bishop Heber was 
accommodated in it by Lord Amherst when he firbt 
arrived in India in October 1823. 


This was the country house of Lord Clive, 1757-1760 
and 1765-1767. 


This house was the residence of Sir Robert Chambers, 
Chief Justice of the Supreme Court, Calcutta, 1791- 
1798. 

Here lyeth Interred the Body of Captain George Goring, 
third son of Sir Harry Goring, Bart., who departed 
this life the J Jth November J J 50 Aged 40) 
(Here lyeth the Body of Jane Martin, wife of 
Lieutenant-Colonel Fiems Martin who died the 15 
day of September 1766. Aged 35 years'. Here lye 
the Remains of Mrs Jane Douglas, Aged 28 \ears 
who departed this life the 7th November 1755. To 
the lasting Affliction of all who were happy in the 
knowledge of her many good sensible and amiable 
qualities. By Her lies deposited. The Body of her 
daughter Helen Douglas who deceased prior to her 
mother the 22nd June 1755. Aged three years. To 


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Description of monument. 



In 8t. John’s 
Church-yard — ■ 
contd. 


who bo beloved memories this tuenumeats erected by 
their afflicted and affecti o nate hoahand and father 
Mr. Charles Douglas. Third sob of But William 
Douglas of Kelhead Baronet). (Here lies the body 
of Joseph Tonshend Pilot of the Ganges, skilfull and 
Industnoutf a hind Father useful Mend, who departed 
this life the 26th June 1738 aged 85 years). (Here 
lyeth Interred the Body of Pet ter Maryland, a factor 
in the Hon’ble Comp’s servioe, who departed this 
life J 25. To his memssy£ * This Tomb w erected 
by Captain Bichard Goefreight Cbnrmaados of the 
Fardwiek). (Memorium Fora Thames White Angle 
...Et in rebus Anglorum administrandio in hoe 
Bengalee Begudolm Seoundi; Quiaana Luceperegn 
naFumis Yrigefmno &e. quar. To ; abhinoe in Ternas 
migrazeth domes seigeshno Ferno die January Anno 
Domine JI.03. (Here lyeth Hie. Body of Charles 
Be&rdes Or. who departed this life the 30th Decem- 
ber anno 1747. aged 9 yearn. He was son of 10 H. 
N. Beardes Or., formemy President of this plaoe). 
(Here lyeth Interred the Body of Margary Ionea, 
Dughter of Mr. George Oroke Merch, I, Formerly 
of council in this plaoe. Sbo-was married in Fort, 
George to Captn. John Jones, The 23rd October anno 
JJJj, who afterwards being appointed master 
attendant for this settlement. He died here the 25th 


April JJ23, aged 30 years 8.day). (In priam memo- 
riam Margarettee Adams Reudi. Domin. Ben Fan 
Nis Adams, Eoouaa Ksti in. Bengalee : Pastoris ; 
Dileeta olim Congngis, obijt Beoimo 3 Catendem 
Septris anno Domm, JJ03). (Mors Jauoa Zeithe 
Piornmnitaumer exemplies Dootornngs ser Monihus 
Per angnsta enimest aa quoad Yitamdneit et panci 
qui inveninnt mole 7 y 4). (Here lies Interred the 
Body of Samuel Jones son of Catn. -of Captn. 
Caneett. Jones of London who died far Parser of 
Ship BnKechef Jane the 19th JJ04). (Badnlp 
Sheldon Armiger & 1 unsFris Sheldeni-ani Fein alia 
handin digna Proles morlalilah sail exuvias in. bea tu 
resurrectiones sab hoe '1 nmalo de posuil April 26*1709 
act at 37). Here lyes interred the body of Elizabeth 
Marblie wife of Captn. John marblio wife of Captn. 
John Mablio Marin who departed this life the 19th of 
May 1699 in Y® 23rd year of her age). (Here lyes 
the Body of Francis ailey Thomas alley &o M Richard 
Gouriey.Oet- Aug, y® 19th Sept, y® 5th and 14th 1708 
Francis aged 3 years and 3 months. Thomas 5 
years and Richard 18 mcnths (Higj&oent mortalis 
Exavial Elisabeth al Bnrwal, sed parcis invitis, 
Greo cui omnia viverntreirtutilens et mentis auota 


vivil ilia Willelmi Barwel Cilee tissima conjnx ipnm 
maxim© , Co gnatcs amioos qneomnes imnoda vili 
dot ore affeetos Rehnan.ws C X t remum vit oc Piritnni 


cedidis die 25th Septembris J 7 Z T 2B talis Junes 22) 
(Here lyeth the Body of Mrs. Jane Smart Kelist of 
Mr. Jonathan 8mart who departed this life the 10 th 
September anno 1753 aged 50 years). {Here lyeth 
interred the body of Mr James Rags of Calcutta 
merchant who departed this life Oc r. the 7J75). 
In the 45 yews of his age) (Pall idu mors, aoqus 
pnlfat Pede Panperum ta vernoss Regum que torres. 
Vital Samoa brevis Spemnos vtlat inohcaie Longam 
Harah with equal Pace impartial Fate Knocks at the 
Palace as the cottage gate. Nor should our sum of lye 
extend our growing hopes beyond their axtend ond 







8eri*l Bum- 


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Whore situated. ! Description of monument. 


Inscription of monuments 



Francis 8 Franslat Inscribed to the memory of her 
Tender & dear Husband. By Johana Rags). (Here 
lye Interred the Body of tbe son and daughter of 
William Ludesay and Sauah his wife viz Heepar 
Lirusay Dyed the 26th Aug. J716 aged Five years 
and Five months. Jonn Livesay. Dyed the 29th of 
August 1716 aged four months aud a half). Here 
lyeth the Body of Elisabeth the Late wife of Jonathan 
...Cooper... And daughter of Captn. Henry Barton 
who departed Her life. The 3rd day of Aug. JJJ8, 
aged 3J years). (Here lyeth Interred the Body of 
Jonathan Samart sons, who departed this life Septr. 
4th 1745, aged 48 Jonathan Smart sonr, his son 
who departed this life Septr. 8th 1747. Aged 25) 
(V underneath this stone lyeth the Remains of 
Charlotto Becher. The affectionate wife of Richard 
Becher Eeqr. In the East India Company service 
in Bengal she died the 14th day of Octr. In the 
year of our Lord 1759 in the 21st rear of her age after 
suffering with Patience a long Illness occasioned by 
grief for the death of an only daughter, who departed 
this life at Fulta the 30th day of Novr. 1756. 
f lhis monument is ereoted to the memory. By her 
affected Husband). (Here lyes Interred the Body of 
Capt. Isane Woarinne who departed this life the 
24th October 1730 in the 37th year of his age), 
(Here lyeth interred the Body of Mrs. Sarah Bourchier 
she departed this life on the 12 day of February 
1738-9, Aged 35 years 7 months and 12 days, (Here 
lyeth interred the Body of Captain Christopr Cradock 
who departed this life. Tha 30th July 1774 in the 
33rd year of his age). (Here lies interred the Body 
of Capt. Henry Burton Late Commander of the 
Ship hay aft Captain from Fort St. George who depart- 
ed this life on the 25th of Deer. Anno Domini 
1693. Aged 42 years 5 months and 16 days). 
(Here lyes Interred the Body of Richd. Cary March t 
who departed this life the 15th Novr , anno Domini 
1708 In the thirty-fifth year of his age). (William 
live Say merchant after he had vayoged in these parts ; 
Many years an Eminent Sup cargoeto the Generatt 
Satisfaction of his Employers and the Public good of 
Wades, Rests here (much lumen* ed by those 
who knew him) with his wife Sarah, and three 
children r is. Hester, John and William, who were 
all bora departed this life according to the f ol : owing 
accounts. Hester Dyed Y° 26th Augt. JJJ6, ged 
4 months and 15 davs, Sarah the mother dyed in 
childbed, May the 25th JJJ8; aged 25 years 2 
months. William was born the 6 of May JJJ8, and 
dyed the 27th of April JJJ9. Mr. William Livesay 
after furrowing some time for his gard Family. 
Departed this life the 35th November 1 J 19 aged 49 
years 1J months 6 days being Born on the 9th of 
October 16<9 (Hume Spelualitu elites chreet reeom- 
bent cineres, Dorninoe Marthal arme Yidene Rever- 
endo Roberto arme decif-o— Proul ura fuit spirit-urn 
agebat euy return invie February anno redemptions 
M. D. C< 'XXXV. M tatis Sn® hXVII Hu Eliau 
Requies cunt Dominal houisae. There sial Meredith, 
Filial Pridictse Marthd at Roberti arme. F'lictsime 
mepta fenleacobe meredith hujus toci Incobae cui 
I Semper in omnibus tujirs Vital Actionibus carifsuna 
| fuit. Putate et senc-tit ate mntal marbris praedits 
1 fuit bona fua indites. Stngutarifque being nitatis. 









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Where Boosted. ] Description ofmonument. 


fit. John’s Church Tomb of Vice-Admiral 
yard. Charles Watson. 


Ditto 


Tomb of Mr. William 


Tomb of Mrs. 
Winwood. 


Inscription on monument. 


Here is interred the Bo dy of Charles Watson, Esq., 
Vioe- Admiral of the White Commander-in-Chief of 
His Majesty's Naval Forces in the East Indies, who 
departed this life the 16th day of August 1757. In 
44th year of his age Geriah taken February 13th, 
1756 Calcutta freed January 11th, 1757. Chander- 
nagore taken March 23rd, 1757 Exegit monumentam 
0. 0. repermnises S. O. B. 

Here lyes the Body of William Speake, aged J 8 son 
of Hy : Speake Esq., Captain of His Majesty's Ship 
Kent. He left his Leg and life in that ship at the 
capture of Fort Orleans the 24th of March Anno J 
757. 


Eleanor Here lyeth the Body of Mrs. Eleanor Winwood, late 
wife to Major B&lph Winwood who departed this life 
on the 22nd day of September J.J. 66, aged 22 years 
Bequeseat in peace. 


Tomb of Mrs. Elezabeth 
Beed. 


Ditto 


Tomb of 
Johnson. 


Francis 


Ditto 


Ditto 


Here lyeth interred Mrs. Elezabeth Beed, late wife of 
John Beed Esq., who departed this life the 16th of 
September 1767 in the 26th year of her age one who 
Adorn’d the Amiable virtues of a Dutiful child. A 
sincere and loving wife. A tender affeotionate parent. 
A kind relation and true friend. A Humane Mis- 
tress and real well-wisher to all her fellow creatures. 

Here also is interred her infant son, who died the 17th 
of November following. Aged one month and 27 
days. 

Beneath are deposited the remains of Mrs. Francis 
Johnson ; she was the second daughter of Edward 
Croak Esqr, Governor of Fort David on the Coast of 
Coromandel, and was bom the 10th April 1725. In 
1738 she intermarried with Purvy Purple Templer 
Esqr, Nephew of “ Mr. Braddy ”, then Governor of 
Calcutta, by whom she had two children who died 
Infants. Her second husband was James Altham 
Esqr. of Calcutta who died of the small-pox a few 
days after the marriage. She next intermarried with 
William Walls Esqr., then Senior Member of the 
Supreme Council of Bengal by whom she had issue 
four children. Amilia, who married. The Right 
Honourable Charles Jenkinson, afterwards Earl of 
Liverpool, by whom she had issue one child, Robert 
Banks, now Earl of Liverpool, etc., Edward now of 
Hanslap Park in the Count of Buck Esqr. Sophia late 
the wife and now the widow of George Payral Ricketts 
Esq., late Governor of Barbadoes. And William, 
who died an infant. After the death of Mr. Watts 
she in 1774 intermarried with the RevJ. William 
Johnson, the Principal Chaplain of the Presidency of 
Fort William by whom she had issue. She died the 
3rd of February 1812, aged 87 . The oldest British 
resident in Bengal. Universally beloved, respected 
and revered. 

Tomb of Chief Justice Sir Sir Robert Henery Blosett, Chief Justice of the Supreme 
R. H. Blossett, Kt. Court, Bengal. Died 1st February 1823 Etat 47. 

Tomb of Chief Justice 8ir Christopher Puller, Chief Justice of the Supreme 
C. Puller Kt. Court, Bengal. Died 26th May 1824 T. A. T. 50. 



Where situated. 


Description of monument. 


Tim g rigf iatti^riittaa B a eui 



127 


South wall of 
nave, St. John’s 
Church. 


White marble tablet with 
black border to the 
memory of William 
Henry Abbott 


Sacred to the mftmofj of- WiUuuo Henry Abbott for 
48 years Begiatrsr df this Diocese who died at 
Brighton on the 18lh August 1864:, in his 76th year. 
This tablet iB raised to the memory of a kind and 
affectionate father by bis only surviving son. 


128 


North wall of 
nave, 8t. John’s 
Church. 


White marble tablet with 
two standing figures 
above it surrounded by 
black border, to the 
memory of John Adam. 


To the memory of John Adam, eldest son of the Bight 
Hon’ble W i l liam Adam, Lord Chief Commissioner of 
the Jury Court of Scotland. He arrived in Bengal 
in 1798, andpassed through the highest offices in the 
Civil Service of the Bast India Company. Placed in 
the Supreme Cornual in 1819. He was again appoint- 
ed to that station when the usnal term of holding it 
had expired. From January to August 1823, he 
acted as Governor-General of India. Bad health 
compelled him to embark for En g lan d in March 1825, 
bat he died on the 4th of June in the 47th year of 
his age and his remains wore oommitted to the ocean. 
His indefatigable seal and exemplary integrity, the 
firmness of his oonduct, his elevated viewB and the 
wisdom of his measures have been recorded by the 
Supreme Council of Bengal and by those whofpreside 
over the affaire of India in ; the modesty of 

bis demeanour, his cultivated and mfaJKgant con- 
versation, the kin dness of bis nature and active 
benevolence will long be cherished in the hearts of 
those who dedicate this marble to bis virtues. 


129 


Ditto 


White marble tablet to the 
memory of Henrietta 
and Hilda Mary 
Andereon. 


Sacred to the memory of Henrietta, aged 30 years. 
The beloved wife of Captain B. P. Anderson, 25th 
Begiment, Bengal Native Infantry, who departed 
this life on the 17th August 1857, during the sad 
and disastrous siege of Lucknow. Also to the 
memory of Hilda Mary, aged seven mouths, the 
beloved daughter of Captain B. P. Anderson, who 
died on the 21st August 1857, from the sheer wont of 
proper nutriment during the siege of Lucknow. 
“ Jesus wept.” This tablet has been ereoted by the 
disconsolate husband and father. 


130 


South wall of 
nave, St. John’s 
Church. 


Black marble tablet with 
white marble border to 
the memory of 
Lieutenant-Colonel 
Thomas John Anquitil. 


To the memory of Lieutenant-Colonel Thomas John 
Anquitil, 44th Begiment, Bengal Native Infantry, 
who was mass acred in the performance of his duty 
daring the insurrection of Jugdulluk in A fganistan 
at Kabool while commanding 8hah Sooja’s force on 
the 12th January 1842, aged 60 years. He was a 
warm-hearted man and possessed of the strictest 
integrity and the most honourable feeling. Erected 
by his surviving son, Charles Anquitil. 


131 


Ditto 


... White marble tablet with 
black border, to the 
memoir of Jas. B. 
Bar well. Esq. 


Sacred to the memory of Jas. B. Barwell, Esq., son of 
the late Biohard BarweU, Esq., of Stanstead Park, 
Sussex. The best qualities of bead and heart oom- 
oiaed alike to distinguish his public and private life. 
Sub-Treasurer of this Presidency for 16 years, he 
discharged the duties of that responsible office with 
firmness, rectitude end ability, equal to every emer** 
genqy whilst his modest unaffected worth conciliated 
the love and respect of all who knew him. “Rich in 
good works” and patiently resigned to the Divine 
Will, he expired after a long and painful illness on 
the 16th of April 1888, aged 49 years, deeply re- 
gretted by the many to whom he proved his fidelity 
and kindness and by the aster whom he had ever 
regarded with the most tender and brotherly affection. 



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Where 'situated. 


Description of monument. 


Inscription of monument. 


132 


134 


135 


136 


137 


Norik wall of 
Bare, St John’s) 
Church, 


South-west corner 
of nave, St, 
John’s Church. 


South wall of 
nave, St John’s 
Church. 


East wall of nave, 
St. John’s 
Church. 


South wall of 
chancel, St. 
John’s Church. 


Between nave 
and chancel, St 
John’s Church. 


White marble tablet with 
black border, to the 
memory of William 
Butterworth Bayley, Esq. 


White marble tablet with 
ornamental work at upper 
portion and black border, 
to the memory of Sir 
Charles William Blunt. 

White marble tablet with 
ornamental figures on the 
upper part to the memory 
of Michael Cheese, Eeq. 


White marble tablet with 
three white marble figures] 
and black border to the 
memory of Alexander 
Colvin. 


White marble tablet with 
black border to the 
memory of the Right 
Reverend Daniel Corrie, 

L.L.D. 


fixed on black marble 
tablet to the memory of 
the Right Reverend 
George Edward Lynch 
Cotton. 


Sacred to the memory of William Butterworth Bayley, 
Esq., of Hope Hall near Eccles, Lancashire and of 
the Bengal Civil Service. Born the 30th November 
1781. Died the 29th of May 1860. Also of 
Henerietta Francis, his daughter and wife of John 
Scarlet Campbell, Esq. Born the 25th of March 1832 ; 
died the 2nd of October 1859. “ Pure religion and 
undefiled before God and the Father is this to visit 
the fatherless and widows in their affliction and to 
keep himself unspotted from the world ” James, 1,27. 

To the memory of Sir Charles William Blunt, Baronet, 
who departed this life at Pultah on the 29th day of 
September 1802, in the seventy-second year of his age. 


Sacred to the memory of the late Michael Cheese, Esq., 
Surgeou on the Hon’ble East India Company’s 
Bengal Establishment and Garrison Surgeon of Fort 
William. Dedicated by public contribution in token 
of the high and well-merited esteem of this commu- 
nity for the enlarged and practical philanthropy of 
that gentleman’s character. Perhaps never had the 
remains of a Christian in India been followed to their 
tomb with more heartfelt and expressed regret than 
were manifested by the numerous assemblage of all 
classes of the society of this place who attended his 
funeral on the 15th of January 1816. He has long 
exercised his professional talent with an ability which 
did honour to him as a practitioner of medicine and 
with a munificence worthy of the religion he professed. 
If a change of air or expensive nutriments were 
desirable, but could not be afforded from the resources 
of a patient, Mr. Cheese supplied the means and when 
all human endeavours proved unavailing, bis purse 
was ever open to clothe and support the destitute 
mourners. In the society of his equals such was also 
the cheerful benignity of his manners that he was ever 
a welcome guest alike to the children and to the heads 
of the family. 

To the memory of Alexander Colvin this tablet is in- 
scribed by the merchants of Calcutta who having for 
40 years witnessed in him an union of those talents 
and virtues which best adorn their profession and do 
most honor to a charaoter in private life thus record 
their affectionate esteem for him while living and 
their sorrow for his death. Born Hlrd April A.D, 
MDCCLYI. Died XYth December AJ), MDCCC* 
XVIII. 

This tribute of affeotion is raised by the Christian 
Community of this Presidency to the memory of the 
Right Reverend Daniel Corrie, l.l.t>., late Lord 
Bishop of Madras and formerly Archdeacon of 
Caloutta, the friend and fellow labourer of Henry 
Martyn. The beloved prelate died at Madras on the 
fifth day of February 1837, in the 59th year of his 
age and the second of his episcopate. 4 4 They rest 
from their labours and their works do follow them.” 


Engraved on brass work In memory of George Edward Lynch Cotton, Bishop 
- - -• ' -* ^ ^ Consecrated 1858. Drowned at Koosb- 


of Calcutta, 
teah, 1866. 





Where situated 


Description of monument. 


Inscription of monument. 


188 South wall of 
nave, St. John’s 
Church; 


139 

140 

141 

142 

143 


North Gallery 
St. John's 
Church. 


North 


wall of 
St. John’s 


Church. 


West wall of 
nave, St. Johns’ 
Church. 


Between nave 
and chancel, St. 
John’s Church. 


White marble tablet with In memory of George Cruttenden, hate Major in the 
white marble figures on Honourable East India Company’s Bengal Army, 
the upper part and rides whose long term of military service was followed by 
to the memory of George an active part in civil life pursued with equal talent 
Cruttenden. and integrity. His Christian temper and sound 

principles, his love for others and his friendly disposi- 
tions took their first course in the nearest circles of 
attachment, but they knew no limit. That he lived 
where his virtues found their just esteem, this monu- 
ment raised with emulous affection speaks for many. 
He died at Macao on the 23rd of March 1822, aged 
54 years. 

By time’s sure test in varied station schooled 
God claimed the heart and that first trihate paid 

Wide flowed the stream one generous purpose ruled 
The solider's duties and the toils of trade. 

O keep the record, keep it friendly stone 
Nor yield it but to registers above 

Till Heaven's High Lord shall gather for his own 
The kind and true, the stewards of his love. 

Tell faithful stone for many a circling year 
True to thy trust his worth and kindness tell 

Bid those to tread these courts and linger here 
Bid them respect a name sustained so well. 

4t And he set him on his own breast ** Luke, X, 34. 

Black marble tablet with Benefactor. 

golden letters to the The sum of seven thousand five hundred rupees in 

memory of Nilmoney house property was left by Babu Nilmoney Dey, the 

^ interest of whioh is to be distributed among the poor. 
White marble tablet with This tablet erected by the officers of the Volunteer 
black border all round Cavalry with Sir James Outram’s Force to the 

to the memory of James memory of their comrade, James Erskine, who was 

E^kine. mortally wounded on the 25th September 1857, when 

Lucknow was first relieved and who died on the 17fch 
November following, much regretted, at the age of 
twenty-one years. 

w He oometh up and is cut down like a flower.” 

Black marble tablet to the Sacred to the memory of Colonel W. C. Faithfull c. b., 
memory of Colonel W. C. who departed this life at sea on the 1th March 1838, 
Faithful!, c. b. aged 55. During the long period of 35 years of 

military service in India he was conspicuous for zeal 
and ability in the performance of his duties, engaged 
often on active service in the field with honourable 
distinction and on two occasions severely wounded. 
This memoria was erected by his afflicted widow and 
children. 

Black marble tablet to the Sacred to the memory of Captain and Brevet Major 
memory of Captain and John Griffin of the 24th Regiment, Bengal Native 

Brevet Major John Infantry, who fell in the aotion fought between the 

Griffin. British and the Seikhs at Ferozshah on the 21st of 

December 1845, aged 47 years. This tablet is erected 
by his brother officers as a mark of their admiration of 
his character as a soldier and as a token of their affec- 
tion for him as a friend. 

Engraved on brass plate to Cum pia memoria Joannis Thomae James, s. t. p. 
the memory of JToannis Hujas Sedis olim Episcopi quiunus home immensas 
Thomae James, s. t. p. illas regiones Africae Australiae Servioae cum un- 

iversa India postrimus uno limit© provinoiae corn- 
plexus est. Tanto impar oneri tot eccleriarum sollici- 
tudine confectus mortem obiet. Die XXII in 
Augusti A. S. M. D. CCCXXVIII Act XLTI Satis 
beafcus se dispertiti oxindi laboris messem oedeo exano* 
tam animo praesentire poliut. 


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O 

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Where situated. 


Description of monument. 


Inscription on monument. 


m 


f 


144 


South wall of 
nave* Sti John’s 
Church* 


White marble tablet with 
'White marble figures and 
ornamental works on the 
upper part, to the 
memory of Lieutenant- 
Colonel James Achilles 
Kirkpatrick. 


To the memory of Lieutenant-Colonel James Aohilles 
Kirkpatrick of the Hon’ble East India Company’s 
Military Establishment of Fort St. Goorge, who after 
filling the distinguished station of Resident at the 
Court of Hyderabad upwards of nine years and 
successfully conducting during that period various 
important negotiations, died at Calcutta, 15th Ooto- 
ber 1805, aged 41 years. This monument is erected 
by afflicted father and brother. 


Transcendent art ! whose magic skill alone 
Can soften rock and animate a stone 
By symbol mark the Heart, reflect the Head 
And raise a living Image from the dead. 

Cease from these toils and lend the Chief's grace 
To filial virtues courting your Embrace. 

These late his pride, bis transport and Belief 
A fathers Tears Commemorate with Grief 
Still while their genial Lustre cheers his Breast 
Emits a ray that points to Blissful Best 
Hope built on Faith, affections Balm and Cure 

Divinity whispers “Their Be ward is sure.” T. K. 


145 


Ditto. 


White marble tablet with 
two marble figures above 
and ornamental work 
below to the memory of 
Lieutenant Peter Lawtie. 


146 


Ditto. 


White marble tablet with 
black border to the 
memory of Henry Lloyd 
Luring, D4>. 



147 


North wall of 
nave, St. John’s 
Churob. 


White marble tablet with 
white marble figures and 
ornamentation and black 
marble border all round 
to the memory of 
Lieutenant-Colonel John 
Ludlow, c.b. 


This monument is erected by Six David Oohterloney 
and the Officers of the Army under his oommand to 
the memory of Lieutenant Peter Lawtie of the Corps 
of Engineers in the Army of Bengal who at the age 
of 23 at the dose of the first oampaign of the Nepal 
War, to the suooeesful termination of which nis 
exertions had eminently contributed, fell a victim to 
bis devotion in the servioe of his country, beloved, 
respected and admired. Obit Anno MDCCCJXV. 

Henry Uoyd Loring, d. d., First Arohdeaoon of 
Calcutta, died 4th September 1822, aged 38 years. 
“An humble, pure and heavenly-minded heart,” 
Beloved in life and lamented in death, this amiable 
Christian has left an impression on the hearts of 
those who knew him, whioh no time can effaoe. It 
is written in the deepest lines on them who in defer- 
ence to the humility of his charaoter, yet anxious to 
record his virtues, have placed this simple tablet. 

This cenotap was erected by the Officers of the 
Neemuch Field Foroe in honour of their Commander 
Lieutenant-Colonel John Ludlow, c.b. This distin- 
guished officer entered the Bengal Army on the 16th 
of February 1795 and his oareer was marked by an 
ardent devotion to the duties of a soldier, a generous 
enthusiasm and unabating zeal which shed a lustre 
on the profession to whioh he belonged by his heroic 
intrepidity in the arduous oontest between the 
British troops and those of the Raja of Nepaul in 
the years 1814 and 1815. He obtained the unquali- 
fied approbation of the Supreme Government of 
India and the Honours of the Bath from his 
Sovereign. His life fell a sacrifice to the energy of 
his spirit, which led him into the field at the head of 
his Division, whilst suffering under a painful and 
dangerous illness, under whioh he sunk in oamp at 
Barode on the 22nd of September 1821 in the 44th 
year of his age. Just and inflexibly firm, yet tempe- 
rate and mild in the exeroise of his authority, he 
ensured the respect whilst he conciliated the attach- 
ment of the troops under his command. The virtues 
that adorned his private life endeared him to his 
family and friends by whom he was sipcerely esteem* 
ed and beloved and who whilst they unfeignedly 
mourn his loss, warmly cherish his remembrance. 


> 







I ns c ripti on of monument. 


Sooth 


nave, 8t. John’s 
Church. 


of White marble tablet with 


black border to^ the 
memory of Sir Benjamin 
Heath Malkin, Kx. 


m ental by his profmoioTinl learning and ability, by 
the and accuracy of his intellect, by dilig- 

ence, by patienoe, by firmness, by love of troth, by 
public spirit, andent and disinterested, yet always 
u nder the goidanoe of discretion by rigid uprightness 
by unostentatious piety, by the serenity of his tempei 
gnd by the benevolence of bis heart. He was born 
on the 29th of September 1797. He died on the 
21st October 1837. 

149 South Gallery, St. Black marble tablet to Benefactor. ^ . . ... . 

Johns’ Church. the memory of Major- The sum at fifty thousand suiea rupees is a gift granted 
General Claud Martin. by Major-General Claud Martin to the poor of 

Calcutta, the interest of which is to he daily distri 
bated in perpetuity. 


150 Chancel floor, St. Black marble tablet to the 
Johns’ Church. memory of Bight Bevd 
Thomas Fanshawe 
Middleton. 

South Gallery, St. Pedestal only- Bust 


Johns’ Churoh. 


South wall of 
nave, St. John’s 
Churoh. 


North wall of 
153 nave, St. Johns’ 
Church. 


White marble tablet 
with black border to 
the memory of Trevor 
John Chichely Plowden. 


154 North-west 

corner over 
Staircase, St. 
Johns’ Churcb. 

155 South-west 

comer of nave, 
St. Johns’ 
Church. 

156 East wall of 

nave, St. Johns’ 
Churoh. 


White marble tablet 
on a pillar and bust 
over it to commemorate 
ereotion and consecration 
of St. John’s Church. 

White marble tablet 
set in masonry pillar 
to commemorate enlarge- 
ment and improvement 
St. John’s Church. 

White marble tablet 
with ornamental 
figures at bottom and 
sides to the memory of 
Charles Lionel Showers. 


T. F. M 

D. V 

06 YHI. Julii 
1822. 


destroyed by earthquake 
in 1897, to the memory 
of LordMinto. 
of White marble tablet with 
i’s black border to the 
memory of James Puttie 
and Adeline. 


Sacred to the memory of James Pottle of the Bengal 
Civil Serviee, obit 4th September A.D. 1846 i&tat 69 
“ O be thou our help in trouble far vain is the help 
of man,” 60th Psalm, - 11th verse. Also to Adeline, 
his wife who died at sea on the 11th November A. D. 


Iwfti 


1845, aged 52 “ And all wept and bewailed her” but 
Jesus said : “Weep not she is not dead but sleepetb. 
Luke, 8th Chapter, 52 verse. In token ol the love 
ol their Borrowing children. 

To the memory ol Trevor John Chichely Plowaen 
an affectionate husband and lather, an upright 
public servant and virtuous citizen, who for 30 year 
worshipped God in this Church. This simple 
memorial of love and respect is erected by his wife 
and children. Born June 4th, 1784, died July 7th 
1836. “ Thou hast turned my heaviness into joy ; 
thou hast put off my sackcloth and girded me with 
gladness.” Psalm XXY, 12. 

St. John’s Churoh, founded and consecrated under the 
auspices of the Most Noble Marquis of Cornwallis, 
A. D. 1787. 

St. John’s Church, enlarged and improved under the 
auspices of the Bight Honourable Lord Minto, A. U* 


Pro Patria. Consecrated to the memory of Charles 
Lionel Showers, Senior Captain of the 19th Regie 
ment, Bengal Infantry, who in the assault of the 
fortified heights of Malown on the 15th April 1815, 
led one of the principal columns to a separate 
attack in the most gallant style and gloriously 
fell at its head, just when in personal conflict 





Where situated. 


Description of monument. 


Inscription on monument. 


East wall of nave, White marble tablet with 
St. Johns’ ornamental figures at 
Church. bottom and sides to the 

memory of Charles Lionel 
Showers. 


157 North wall of White marble tablet with 
nave. St. Johns’ black border all round 
Church. to the memory of Andrew 

Stirling. 


158 West wall of nave White marble table to the 
St Johns’ memory of Lieutenat and 
Church. Adjutant Robert Harvey 

Turnbull. 


159 North wall of White marble tablet to the 
chancel, St. memory of the Right 
Johns’ Church. Revd. John Mathias 
Turner, d.d. 


he had, with his own hand, slain the chief of the 
enemy. In the various duties of life as a man, a 
soldier and a Christian, the eminent qualities of the 
amiable and lamented Showers conspicuously shown, 
firm in honor, sincere in friendship, ardent in his 
professional duties and humble and fervent in those 
of a higher nature, the prominent features of his 
character were benevolence, zeal and piety and his 
deserved portion was the love, the esteem and the 
respect of all who knew him. To record their deep 
sense of his worth and their heartfelt conoera for his 
loss, the officers of the 19th Regiment have caused this 
monument to be ereoted in affectionate remembranoe 
of their valued and regretted comrade, -ffitat 35. 
On the same oocasion in the gallant execution of his 
duty, fell Lieutenant Humphry Bagote of the same 
Regiment, iEtat 25 ; and in the same campaign 
equally honorably fell Lieutenant E. D. Wilson 
Broughton of the same Regiment, iEtat 26. 

To the memory of Andrew Stirling, second son of 
Admiral Stirling of Woburn Farm, in the county of 
of Surrey, who died at this Presidency ou the 23rd 
May 1830, in the 36th year of his age. Mr. Stirling 
held the office of Persian Secretary to Government 
and Deputy Secretary in the Secret and Political 
Department. Throughout his career in life he was 
not only eminently distinguished by great talents, 
but by urbanity of manners and exoellanoe of disposi- 
tion. While his loss as a public servant will be felt 
by Government, his private virtues will be cherished 
by a numerous circle of acquaintances who loved him 
for his worth and admired him for his great 
acquirements. This tablet is erected by his father as 
a tribute of affection to the memory of a muoh loved 
and much lamented Bon. 

Sacred to the memory of Lieutenant and Adjutant 
Robert Harvey Turnbull of the 24th Regiment, 
Bengal Native Infantry, who was killed in action with 
the Choars on the 1st of January 1833. .ffitatis Suoe 
25. This tablet is erected by his brother officers as 
an unaffeoted tribute to departed worth and in testi- 
mony of their sincere regard. 

Sacred to the memory of the Right Revd. John Mathias 
Turner, d.d., Lord Bishop of Caloutta. He died, July 
7th, 1831, aged 45 years. A scholar, a philanthrophist, 
a man of God. “ The righteous and the wise and 
their works are in the hand of God.” 


160 South wall of White marble tablet with 
nave, St. Johns’ blao border to # the 
Church. memory of William 

Twining, c.r.c.l s. 


In grateful recognition of benefits derived from the 
succesful application of professional ability and in 
testimony of respect and esteem for modest worth 
and active philanthropy, this tablet ereoted by his 
friends and patients is consecrated to the memory of 
William Twining, c.r.cx.s., Obit August 25th, 1835, 


161 North wall of White marble tabelet with 
nave, St. John’s a medallion over it to the 
Church. memory of Lieutenant- 

Colonel John Weston. 


iEtat 45. 

This cenotaph raised by the hand of an affectionate 
uncle, bears record of the high talents and many 
virtues of his nephew, Lieutenat-Colonel John Weston 
of the Bengal Military Establishment.^ He died 
deservedly lamented in the prime of his life on his 
voyage from Prince of W ales’ Island to Calcutta. 
Anno Domini MDCCCXIX. 






Des c ript ion Uf monument. 


164 

165 

166 
167 


West gallery, 8t. 
Johns’ Church. 
Ditto ... 


Ditto 

Ditto 


Booth Vestry, St. 
-Johns’ Church. 
Belgaohia •*« 


Zoff&ins altar picture . 

The chair in which the first 
fire Bishops of Calcutta 
were enthroned. 

The Original Altar 


4 


Seven painted 
Hatchents of Bishop ’-j 
Calcutta. 


Oil portraits 

Staircase room ground floor 
tablet in wall. 


yThe Bengal Veterinary Institution consisting of the 
Kenneth Moleod Veterinary College and the Sir 
Dinshaw Manoekjee Petit Veterinary Hospital, has 
been established by the Government of Bengal as a 
College for the instruction of students of Veterinary 
Science and as a hospital for Che treatment of sick and 


168 


169 


170 


Ditto 


Ditto 


Ditto 


! 


A tablet in wall in the 
front verandah of the 
Baymond Beeearoh 
Laboratory. 


Bai Shewbos Bag la B h b s shg in memory of his late 
father Baba Bam DjmL Bagla made a gift of 3£ 
highas of land as a site for the College and further 
subscribed Be. 30,000 towards its erection, and Sir 
Dinahaw Mahodriee Petit gave Bs. 25,000 towards 
the cost of the Hospital. The foundation stone was 
laid by Sr Charles Elliott, k. c. b. i., Lieutenant- 
Governor of Bengal on the 20th April 1892 and the 
institution was opened on the 10th January 1894. 

■v 

The Baymond Beeearoh laboratory 1907. This 
laboratory is named "the Baymond Beeearoh Labora- 
tory” after Lieutenant-Colonel f. Baymond, i.c.v.d. in 
recognition of his services as Principal of the Bengal 
Veterinary College and Superintendent of the Civil 
Veterinary Department m Bengal. 


A tablet in wall ground 
floor verandah of the 
Maepberson HoeteL 


The Maepheman Hostel 1907. This Hostel is named 
“the Macphorson Hostel” in recognition of the support 
rendered by the Hon’ble Mr. W. C. Maepberson, 
c.i.b,,i.ca, to the Veterinary Department. 


I 


A tablet on front wall in 
ground floor of Fraser 
Hostel. 


This Hostel, erected in 1908, is named after Sir 
Andrew Fraser, li.d , kx.bx, Lieutenant-G overnor 
of Bengal, 1903-1908, under whose orders the College 
Annexe was acquired, the scheme for the erection of 
the buildings sanctioned, and the subordinate Veteri- 
nary Department raised to a provincial and pension- 
able service. 





INDEX. 


Name. 



Serial 

number. 


Abbott — William Henry ... 

J ohn * .. ... 

Adeline — James Pattle and — 
Anderson — Henrietta 
Anderson — Hilda Mary ... 
Anquitil — Lt.-Col. Thomas John 
AuoUand— Earl of George 


Baker — General Sir William Erskine, k.c.b., *,b. 
Barwell — James R. ... 

Bayley — Sir Hewart Colvin, k.c.s.i., c.i.b. 

Bay ley — William Butterworth 
Beadon- — Sir Ceeil, -k.c.s-i. ... 

Bentiok — Lord William Cavendish ... 

Bothnne — I. E. D. 

Bhattacharya — Sarveswar 
Blaok Hole .. 

Blookmann — Henry 

Bloeett — Six Robert Henry, Ex. 

Blunt — Sir Charles William, Baronet 
Burdwan— His Highness Maharajah of 


Ccesars — Twelve — of Rome 
Canning— Earl Charles John, k.g., gc.s.i. 
Carey — Williams. D D. ... .. 

C aseme nt-— Major-General Sir William, k.c.b. 
Cantley— Colonel 8ir Proby Thomas, k.c.b. 
Cenotaph Rohilla ... 

Chambers — Sir Robert 

Ohamock Mosolenm ... ... 

Cheese— Michael 

Clavering — General ... ... 

Clive— Lord 

Colbrooke — Henry, T. ... 

Colvin — Alexander 

Cornwallis — The Most Noble Marquis, k.g. 
Corrie— Right Reverend Daniel, ix.d. 

Collon — Right Hon’ble George Edward Lynch 
Crnttenden— George ... 

Cunningham — D. D., c.i.b., f.k.b. ... 




2 

75 

38 

11 

14 

119 

117 

118 
134 
111 

112, 116 


Dalhousie— Marquis ... ••• 

Darbhanga — Maharajah of 
Da88 — Ganga Narain 

Deb— Raja Gopi Mohan ... ••• •• 

Dey— Nilmoney ... ••• . •; 

Dufferin and Ava— Frederiok Temple, Marquis of 


ir.il am— 1 The Hon’ble Sir Ashley, k.c.s.i. 
Erskin e — James ... 






u 


Name. 


* 

Page. . 

8erial 

number. 

F 

- 



i 

r 

Faithfull — Col. W. 0., c . b . 

••• 


' * 

• mm * 

* 141 

Falconer — Hugh 

• •• 

mmm 

* 

67 

Forbes — General William Nairn 

... 

• mm 

••• 

108 

Fort William Old 

• • 


... 

63 

Francis — Sir Philip 

... 


... 

' 112 

Fraser — Sir Andrew, l.l.d., k.c.s.i. ... 

G 




170 

GMt — Baba Raj Chandra Dass 




84 

Ghose — Gopai Kristo 


• mm 


89 

Ghose — Haru Chonder ... 

... 

•» . 


40 

Ghose — Earn Gopai 

• • • 

• •• 

mmm 

/ 

Gilliland— John Howard, b . a . (Cantab.) 


mmm 

• •• 

43 

Goodeve — Edward, m.b. ... 

••• 


mmm 

47 

Goring— Captain George... 


• »» 


118 

Grant— Colesworthy 

• mm 

mmm 

• • • 

107 

Greenlaw — Charles E eokett 

• • • 

... 


9 

Griffin— Captain and Brevet Major John 

• •• 

mmm 

mmm* 

142 

Griffith — William ... ... 

• • « 


m 

mmm 

102 

Gwalior Monument 

H 



mmm 

83 

Halford — Robert Henry 

• m m 


••• 

91 

Hardinge — Henry Yiseount 

mm* 



69 

Hare — David 

• mm 



85,86,93, 114 

Harrison — Sir Henry Leland, Kt. ... 




10 

Hastings — The Most Noble the Marquis of, 

K. G. 



16 

Hastings — The Right Hon'ble Warren 


mmm 


3 & 113 

Havelock — Major-General Sir Henry, Bart, 

K.C.B. 

mmm 

mmm 

22 

Heber — Bishop 


mmm 

mmm 

115 

Hodgson — B. H. 




' 55 

Holwell Monument 

• • * 


mmm 

64 

Hyde — Sir Edward, Bart 

T 

• • • 

... 


39 

cl 

Jack — William, Assistant Surgeon ... 

• #» 



103 

James — Joannis Thomac, s. T. p. ... 

m mm 


... 

143 

Johnson — Mrs. Francis ... 

mm* 

mmm 

• •• 

124 

Jones — Sir William 

mm* 


... 

50 

K 




| 

Kali Krishna — Raja, Bahadur 




99 

King — Sir George, kc.i.e., f.r.s. 

^ m 

• mm 

... 

61 

Kirpatrick — Lt.-Col James Achilles ... 

• mm 


... 

144 

Kurz — Sulpiz ... 

mmm 

• • • 

••• 

106 

Kydio — Roberts 

mmm 

... 

... 

104 

L 





Laboratory — Raymond Research 

mmm 



169 

Lansdo wne — Marquis of . . . 

• ♦ • 

• * • 

... 

79 

Lawrence — John 




71 

Lawtic— Lt. Peter 



f 

145 

Loring — Henry Lloyd, o. d. 

i#i 

m • • 


H6 

Ludlow — Lt.-CoL John, c. b. ... 

mmm 

mmm 


147 

Lyall — John Edward 


m • • 

. . . 

46 

M 





MacDonell — William Fraser, v. c. ... 


• mm 

,,, a 

80 

Macfarlene — John 

mmm 



37 

Maopherson— W. C., c. i, e. 

... 

mmm 

••• 

1 

169 




Name. 


Page. 


Serial 

number. 


Malkin— Sir Benjamin Health, Hr. ... 

Martin — Caulfield Aylmer, b. a., ll. d, 

Martin — Major-General Claud 

Mayo— 6th Sari of Biohard Southwell, k. p., g. m. s. i. 
Mecann — Hugh William, m. a., d. sc. ... 

Melville — W. B. 

Metcalfe— Lord ... ... ... 

Middleton — The Bight Bevd. Thomas Fanshawe 
Mill— W. N. 

Minto — Lord 
Mitra — Peary Chand 

Mitter — Baja Bajendra Lai, c.x.e. ... ... 

Mutter — Bam Chander ... ... ... 

Monson — General ... ... 

Monument, Gwalior ... 


Napier—Lord—of Magdalla ... ... 

Nayaratna — Pandit Mohes Chandra, Mabamahopadhya 
Neill— J. G. S. — Brigadier-General, c.b. 

Nioholson — John Brigadier-General, c.b. 

Northbrook — Thomas George, Earl of, g.c.s.i. 


O’Brien — James 

Ochterlony — Sir David ... 

Old ham — *Thomas .*. ... ... 

Outram — Lieutenant-General Sir James, q.c.b., Baronet 


49 
65 
58 
20, 70 


Palmer — John 

Pal — The Hon’hle Kriato Das, Bai Bahadur, c.i 
Panioty — Demetrius, c.i e. 

Pattle — James and Adeline 
Peel— Sir 'William, v.c., k.c.b. 

Plowden— Trevor John Chichely ... 

Prinsep — JameB ... ... 

Pxinsep — H. T. ... 

Puller — Sir Christopher 


6 

109 

82 

152 
68 

153 
53, 81 

56 

126 


Badhakanta— Baja Bahadur, Sir, k.c.s.i. 
Baj Chandra Dass’s Ghat 
Baymond Besearch Laboratory ... 
Beed— Mrs. Elizabeth 

Bemfry — John ... ••• 

Roberts — Lord General, g.c.s.i. etc. 
Robinson— Daniel George, Major-General 
Rohilla— Senotaph ... 

Roxburghier 


8chwendler — Carl Louis 
Showers— Charles Lionel 
Singha— Joykissen 

Smith — Henry Scott 
Souttar— William Meares, n. c. s. 

Bpeake— William 

St. John’s Church — 

St. John’s Church— Articles of interest 
Stirling— Andrew 
Stoliczka— F. 

Sutcliffe— James, m. a. ... 


100 

156 

44 

45 
15 

121 
16 1, 155 

1 ij'i t> 166 

157 
60 

2 .' 



Namb. 


T 


Tagore — Dwaraka Nath ••• 

„ Gopi Mahan ... ... ... 

„ Maharaja Ramanath, Bahadocr, c. a. x. 

„ The Hon'Mp Froeaanna Kumar, c. a. i. 
Tawney — Charles Henry, c. i. k., m. a. 

Turnbull— Lt. & Adjutant Robert Harrey ... 
Twining— William, c.iu, <u..s. ... ... 

Turner, The Bight Rev. John Mathias, d. p. ... 

y 


Venables — Edward F ... 

Veterinary — Institution, Bengal 
Victoria — Her Majesty — Empxeee oi India 
Vidyasagar — Pandit Issnr Chandra, c. i. a. 


Wallich— Nathaniel, m. d., f. b. s. . 
Watson— Charles, Vice-Admiral 
Wellesley — Marquis „. 

Weston— John, Lt.-CoL 

Wilson — The Right Hon’ble James . 

Wilson — Horace 

Winwood — Eleanor, Mrs. 

Woodbura — Sir John, k. c. s. i. 
Woodrow — Henry, Hi a. 




Serial 

number. 



36 

44 

5 

13,29 

30 

158 
160 

159 





19 

167 

26,72 

87,92 


105 

120 

1 

161 

18 

52 

122 

97 

26 



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